Text Reminders for Real Estate

Text Reminders for Real Estate

Increase the number of potential buyers at your open house by up to 40% with automated text reminders from Sideline Pro.

Automated text reminders are a great way to schedule showings, signings, meetings, and more—all while helping you look professional, save time, and close more deals. Note: Some listed features are only available on iOS, with new features being added to Android soon.

Why Schedule Reminders for Showings and Open Houses?

Text Reminders are a simple and proven way to reduce no-shows. And one saved appointment could mean the difference in making a sale.

Homebuyers usually visit several open houses in a single outing, and they don’t always save the details of their appointments. Make sure your listing gets remembered by using Text Reminders.

Reminders let you automate messages to customers and clients about their upcoming showing or open house. You can schedule them weeks or days in advance to ensure your customers get all the details they need at the right time.

What Real Estate Agents Send for Day-to-Day Success


The real estate sales cycle takes time. And some homeowners (and markets) move faster or slower than others. So nurturing leads with scheduled weekly or monthly follow-ups is a great way to stay top-of-mind throughout the sales process.

Scheduled Showings or Open Houses

You’ve already engaged with buyers or sellers. Now it’s time for the fun part. As new properties come up, coordinate your showings or open houses with simple text reminders with dates, times, addresses, and other property details.

Contract or Signing Deadlines

Even clients who have been through the process before can feel overwhelmed by the paperwork involved in real estate sales. Text Reminders can help keep them on track and let them know you’re there if they have questions.

Browse Reminder Text Examples

Using Reminders

Watch the Tutorial Video, or follow the simple instructions below to learn how you can use Reminders to start confirming your clients’ appointments: