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Real Estate Sample Scripts

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If you’re a realtor, a builder, or someone trying to sell or rent their own home, you’ll find these voice over script examples to be a useful resource when producing a real estate commercial script.

For real estate agents and homeowners looking to sell, now’s the time to get their home on the market and scout eager buyers. The tried and true methods of selling a house are still quite popular, but in recent years, the real estate marketplace has adapted to online strategies, including voice-over coupled with virtual marketing.

Voice-overs for the home buying and selling market can be recorded as often as three times a day or more, depending on the number of homes that a particular agent or service has partnered with that day.

Because of the high volume of real estate projects an agency receives everyday, real estate companies realize that fostering strong relationships with professional voice talents is necessary as well as competitive. That being said, real estate voice talent need to be good, reliable, affordable, persuasive and fast!

One might think that this market is untapped, and it nearly is. Given this information, it might be a good idea to produce an MP3 demo of your voice for the fast-paced real estate movers and shakers and their continuous cycle of clientele.

Need some incentives? Well, think about this: By recording voice-over work for real estate, you may be just as effective when it comes to closing the deal as the real estate agent is. Not only that, but you could be introducing someone to the home of their dreams!

Now that we’re on the same page… Do you need a home sellers script to record from?

For Clients Looking for Voice Over Script Examples for Real Estate Commercials

The scripts include specifications like voice age, gender, job description, artistic direction, accent, etc., much like voice over job postings on Voices.com. So (if you’re looking for voice over talent), the next time you post a job on Voices.com, you’ll know what job posting format will bring in the best auditions. Formatting your project like this helps voice over talent to better understand the vision you had for your project, and they can bring it to life in their read.

For Voice Actors Looking for Voice Over Practice Scripts

Feel free to use these scripts for practice reads! Keep in mind when auditioning for jobs, it is recommended to only provide a small portion of the read in your demo. For example, 5 to 7-second read of a 15-second script will suffice for your audition demo.

Real Estate Voice Over Script Example 1: Specialized Realty Real Estate Agents

Client:

Specialized Realty Real Estate Agents

Voice Age:

Young Adults

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Specialized Realty is a newer real estate agency that has seen success in Texas so we’re reaching out to the tri-state area. Additionally, the business is branching out to include listings for family-oriented rental properties, as well as properties for sale. This commercial is targeted to raise awareness of Specialized Realty’s new services among families in the real estate rental market.
The typical client that enlists the services of a real estate agency to help find rental property has little to do with age, size of family, or budget, and much more to do with time. This service appeals most to busy people. No matter if they’re busy with kids, career, or both, we want them to know that they don’t have to do all the legwork!

Art Direction:

As a 30-second radio commercial, we only have these busy people’s attention for a moment on the drive home from work. The right voice for this project will be proud and professional. Upbeat enough to keep their attention but not so much that the busy listener will change the channel half way through.

Category:

Radio

Industry:

Real Estate

Style:

Upbeat, Proud

Language:

English (North American)

Accent:

US South West (Texas)

Word Count:

70 words

30-Second Real Estate Voice Over Script Sample:

Tired of sifting through classified ads and online directories to find your new home rental? Did you know you can hire a real estate agent to help pinpoint the most suitable units for you and your family?

Relieve the stress of finding units and setting up viewings. Connect with one of our trusted real estate agents that specializes in finding rental homes. Visit specialized realty dot com to learn more!

Real Estate Voice Over Script Example 2: Cedar Oasis Retirement Living

Client:

Cedar Oasis Retirement Living

Voice Age:

Senior

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Cedar Oasis Retirement Living is a luxury long-term care facility in a beautiful woodland countryside area. We provide support to the elderly with varying mobility and ailments. You’ll find clients (not patients) who run 5 miles a day, and other clients who require 24/7 care.

Art Direction:

We envision a senior voice that can portray satisfaction and delight about the ease of transitioning into retirement living. A smooth tone with hints of excitement are welcome so long as it doesn’t impede on the nonchalant and relaxed vibe.

Category:

Radio

Industry:

Real Estate

Style:

Engaging, Nonchalant

Language:

English (North American)

Accent:

Slight Portuguese Accent

Word Count:

96 words

1-Minute Real Estate Voice Over Script Sample (Slow Read)

Even in my early 80s, I’m still enjoying an independent lifestyle. I loved the home that I raised my children in, but I missed the sense of family. When I heard about Cedar Oasis Retirement Living, where a strong community and 24-hour support came together with million dollar views overlooking the park, I had to see what life would be like.

I had my daughter visit cedar oasis retirement living dot com to set up a consultation for the next day. Now I live with the support I need and the scenery I love.

Real Estate Voice Over Script Example 3: Renting Rooms Realty

Client:

Renting Rooms Realty

Voice Age:

Young Adult

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

The bricks and mortar real estate agency Homeowners First has expanded their services to an online platform called Renting Rooms Realty.com. It helps to inspire homeowners in Chicago and the Great Lakes area to become landlords by starting off with room rentals rather than having to invest in a separate property.

Art Direction:

The right voice for this project would be crisp, articulate, and dynamic. The clear delivery of information is the most important aspect of this commercial, but we’d also like someone to breathe life into it, giving it personality.

Category:

Internet Ad

Industry:

Real Estate

Style:

Articulate, Dynamic

Language:

English (North American)

Accent:

US Midwest (Chicago, Great Lakes)

Word Count:

73 words

30-Second Real Estate Voice Over Script Sample

You’ve always dreamed of having rental income – but buying a rental property? Well that’s a tall order. Capitalize on the space in your own home instead. Rent out that spare bedroom with ease, with Renting Rooms Realty.

Through Renting Rooms Realty you can earn your landlord licence and connect with local landlords in your area to help you vet prospective tenants!

We’re empowering the everyday homeowner to become an extraordinary landlord.

Visit renting rooms realty dot com for more information.

Real Estate Voice Over Script Example 4: Somerset Hills Realty

Client:

Somerset Hills Realty

Voice Age:

Young Adult

Gender:

Male or Female

Job description:

Somerset Hills Realty is the epitome of luxury living. However, we are very careful not be perceived as entitled or pretentious. The goal is to attract families and young professionals who have the financial means to live in luxury, but not the ego typically associated with upscale living.

Art Direction:

What Somerset Hills Realty needs for this voice over project is someone who can highlight each amenity as if they’re blessed to be near it, rather than bragging about it.

Category:

Internet Ad

Industry:

Real Estate

Style:

Jovial, Trustworthy

Language:

English (North American)

Accent:

Slight Dutch Accent

Word Count:

123 words

1-Minute Real Estate Voice Over Sample Script

Getting that big promotion feels great doesn’t it? Why not celebrate moving up by moving to Somerset Hills?

The neighborhoods of Somerset Hills are now entering into their third phase of building!

Choose from dozens of single-family homes on pie shaped lots tucked away on Lilies Fair Court, perfect for young professionals and parents who want a safe and secluded street to raise their kids on.

Homes are selling quickly. Act fast, so you can move into your dream home before the first snowfall!

Open houses are being held every Saturday and Sunday from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m. To learn more about the Somerset community, visit somerset hills dot com or call 1 844 555 3125.

Somerset Hills: move in today, stay for a lifetime.

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Want to review sample scripts in other industries? Check out this list of blog posts:

Telephone and IVR Sample Scripts

Travel Sample Scripts

Retail Sample Scripts

Healthcare Sample Scripts

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  • Domingo Reiman
    August 20, 2018, 12:47 am

    What a great article! I can still gain some valuable tips. Do appreciate your articles.

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    • Tanya
      August 20, 2018, 7:53 am

      Thank you so much for reading! Please feel free to share and subscribe to the blog 🙂

      Reply
  • Vania Jackson
    March 31, 2019, 3:47 am

    I’m entirely new to the voiceover industry, and,would like to know when to upload a reel, do I need to use a script provided to me by “voices” ? or is it okay to create my own script,with no regard to copyright ?

    Reply
    • Tanya
      April 1, 2019, 8:46 am

      Hi Vania,
      Of course you can! I like how you specified that you’ll be creating the script yourself – so there would be no copyright concern. Good on you for being so creative and diving into writing, as well as voice over!
      The voices.com scripts are here for anyone who would like to use them for practice or for recording demos, but no one is obligated to use them 🙂
      Thank you for checking and happy recording!

      Reply
      • Tanya
        April 1, 2019, 8:57 am

        One more thought – when you create your own script, do ensure that it is entirely your own. Don’t use brand names or other legal trademarks, or existing scripts 😉

  • Calvin Ervin
    September 12, 2019, 3:48 pm

    Tanya,

    I’ve always been told that I have a great voice and I use to sing unprofessionally back in the day.
    But I’ve found myself laid off after giving VZ 25 years of service to better their position in the market place.
    Can you give me any tips on how I can quickly break into the voice-over business?

    Reply
    • Lubna
      September 13, 2019, 3:16 pm

      Hi Calvin,

      To get started, I’d recommend signing up for a voice talent profile at voices.com/signup and completing your voice actor profile.

      You can also find great practice scripts to help you record a demo, at https://www.voices.com/blog/voice-over-sample-scripts/

      Happy Auditioning!

      – Lubna

      Reply
  • Wellington Chilufya
    September 13, 2019, 3:30 am

    Great insight, very helpful.

    Reply
  • Penny McLaughlin
    December 5, 2019, 6:19 pm

    I am looking for a script to (radio) advertise my team – not specific homes

    Reply
  • Naveenkumar
    June 10, 2020, 10:00 pm

    How to earn?

    Reply
  • Kevin Richards
    June 18, 2020, 10:43 am

    Hi,
    There are great sample scripts on Voices.com. Can I ask if it is possible that along with the sample scripts, a few various audio examples go along with your scripts, to give us ideas how we can learn from listening to techniques from voice over professionals that can show us how the scripts should be projected to match the briefs.

    Grateful thanks

    Kevin

    Reply
    • Oliver Skinner
      June 29, 2020, 1:30 pm

      Hey Kevin,

      Thanks for your comment! In fact, when one of our sample scripts has been featured on an episode of Mission Audition, we make sure to add a sample delivery of it to the sample script post. You can listen to audio recordings of automotive commercials, retail adverts, and explainer videos on their respective blog posts.

      I hope listening to the audio recordings helps give you an idea of what the scripts are supposed to sound like in the hands of a professional voice actor!

      Oliver

      Reply
  • Paul Aker
    June 22, 2020, 4:30 am

    I am new to this. But should we let the client know when they’re script is grammatically incorrect? For example, the parallel construction is wrong in some of the samples above.

    Also, do most scripts have commas where they should, or this just something the reader improvises?

    Thank you,
    Paul

    Reply
    • Oliver Skinner
      June 25, 2020, 10:51 am

      Hi Paul,

      These are great questions. If you’ve been hired for a VO job and you have some questions about the script, grammatical or otherwise, then you should politely clarify the copy with the client. It’s important to understand that while some copy can appear unusual on the page, the way it’s written may actually make for a better read — especially when the client is editing the voice over into a larger project.

      Most voice over scripts will include commas, ellipses, or some other form of indication at the spots where a voice actor should pause. If not, that’s up to the voice actor to interpret and/or collaborate on with their client.

      Best,
      Oliver

      Reply
  • michelle dicks
    August 2, 2020, 8:53 am

    Hi how do I do .my demo

    Reply
    • Oliver Skinner
      August 11, 2020, 11:37 am

      Hi Michelle,

      Check out this chapter of our Beginner’s Guide to Voice Acting that explains how to make a voice over demo.

      Cheers,
      Oliver

      Reply
  • Papia Paul
    September 6, 2020, 10:12 am

    Lovely demo. Just loved it🥰🤩😍❤

    Reply