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Real Estate Team Name
Posted by Anonymous on
7/7/2010 at 4:07 PM ET
A fellow real estate agent and I are thinking of starting a real estate team and are in need of some good taglines. My name is Shelley Schultz, her name is Sue Siewert. We both graduated in the same year and were thinking about a "then" and "now" type slogan but not necessarily. We need a very quirky, catchy team name. Any ideas?
7/7/2010 at 5:01 PM
So you want both...a name for the dynamic duo plus a tagline to go with it, right?
Forget when you graduated. Your buyers and sellers couldn't care less. Their only interested in what you can do for them, not in either of you, and not in any then-and-now name.
What's wrong with Siewert & Schultz Realtors. Or reverse the names if you choose to.
As for a tagline to go with it, what is it about the two of you that makes you better able to serve your buyers and sellers? That should be your tagline, something like...
23 Years Helping Buyers & Sellers
...would work extremely sell because it helps distinguish your firm from your competition.
7/18/2010 at 8:00 AM
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