3 free bottle openers on all orders $250+
by Emma Anderson
Calling all realtors and mortgage lenders! Today we are covering welcome home gifts, specifically for new home owners.
Whether you're new to giving "Welcome Home" client gifts as they close on a new house or searching for something a little more special to switch things up, we've got you covered from A-Z.
A welcome home gift is not only a personal, much appreciated bonus for your clients. It's also a token of your gratitude that they chose you to trust as they begin an exciting new chapter in their lives.
So, without further ado, let's jump into some amazing options that will have your clients coming back to you when they're ready for their next move.
Hand over the keys to a new home with the added personal touch of our solid hardwood keychains. The sky's the limit with the customizations you can personalize them with - our favorite being die cut in the shape of your clients' home state. Add your logo, choose between three different wood types and take advantage of a leather strap add-on to create a one-of-a-kind memento.
The kitchen is typically considered the heart of a home, so what better way to express your thanks than a kitchen staple - a cutting board! Our small wood cutting boards can be engraved to your liking, and are ideal for cheese boards and prepping appetizers or cocktail garnishes. Reserve the front for display; use the back for cutting.
Closing on a house is a big deal (for both you and the new homeowners) and certainly cause for celebration, so pop the bubbly and gift your client with one of our bottle openers or wine stoppers that are sure to make the occasion even more special. These can be customized with your logo or other graphic, have a short lead time and are made of solid hardwood and finished with organic oil.
Buying (and selling) a home comes with lots of anticipation and nerves, so let's take the stress out of finding the perfect welcome home gift. Shoot us an email today and let's create something unique and special together!
by Brittany Ryan Mathiowetz
by Emma Anderson
Now that the holiday rush is (mostly) behind us, we've been reflecting a lot on the past year and establishing goals for 2021.