Yes, absolutely! Check out our CRE Flyers package featuring 5 different flyer layouts over 11 design themes for a total of 55 flyers:
Yes! You can download any of the flyers to a usb thumb drive and take them to a FedEx/Kinkos to be professionally printed, or anywhere else that you like.
Currently we only offer the downloadable PDF templates for you to create and print your own flyers. We currently don’t offer any printing or distribution services (but we’re working on it for the future).
We offer a 60-day money back guarantee. You can try the flyers risk-free for 60 days and if you don’t like them for any reason, return them by clicking on the link in your invoice or emailing our support team. We also offer a free sample flyer so you … Read More
Yes, of course. If you don’t want to use an agent photo, you can simply remove it. Click the agent photo with your mouse. You’ll be asked to find an new image file to replace it with. Simply find the “Blank_Image_(Use this to erase photos).gif” file from inside the Turnkey … Read More
Yes, you can add any logo and our templates will automatically fit it into the template (without stretching it). Agents from around the world including Canada, the UK, and even China have used our templates with no problem.
It sounds like your iMac has a conflict between the Adobe Reader and the Printer. Try this simple fix: First open the flyer in Adobe Reader (version 8 or higher), then click File and Print. Then click the Advanced tab and check “Print as Image” then OK, then under Page … Read More
What if you don’t use a QR Code on your real estate flyers? Not everyone is convinced about these fancy QR widgets, myself included, but they’re growing in popularity so we’ve added them to all our templates. If you’re not a big fan of the QR, there is a simple way … Read More
Our templates are not available on CD; but to use your templates on another computer you can try these options: 1. Login to Turnkeyflyers.com using your email and password, navigate to the download area, re-download the templates on your second computer, and open them in Adobe Reader like normal. 2. Download … Read More
If you’re using a Mac, make sure that it is not “Preview” that opens it, but Adobe Reader. Look at the top left hand corner of the screen and it will say either Preview or Adobe Reader. As long as it says Adobe Reader, you’ll be able to insert all … Read More