A strong property brand can increase the visibility of new developments, enhance your reputation in the marketplace and increase awareness among your target audiences.
The days of referring to people as Mr., Mrs., and Ms. have long since passed. It's time to make sure we're being as inclusive as possible in how we address others.
2023 is here, and things are shaking up in the multi-family housing market. Here's what you need to know to stay on top of the trends.
It's not uncommon for brands to update their logos, typography, and imagery.
When looking for a new rental property, digital is quickly becoming the way to go.
Digital marketing, whether for an eCommerce shop or a business, lives and dies by how compelling your CTA, or Call-To-Action, is.
Property managers wear various hats—they follow the local/state laws, handle maintenance requests, show & lease units, not to mention collect rent.
The real estate market is booming these days—so why not gift your client something that they can not only use in their new home but as a reminder of their experience with you?
One of the biggest concerns for any business is how to generate leads, but not just any leads—quality ones.
Launching a new property isn't easy, and neither is filling it. That's where marketing comes in.
The days of marketing in the yellow pages may be over, but that doesn't mean there still aren't ways to get your name out there.
New properties need fresh brands to attract tenants and establish a community identity.
When it comes to promoting an upcoming event, it's easy to fall into a design rut.
As you market your new and existing properties in 2021, let's talk strategies for the best success.
We tend to form opinions about people the instant we meet them. It's the same for potential homeowners.