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Real Estate Tagline
Posted by Anonymous on
1/13/2006 at 8:36 PM ET
I'm looking for a catchy tagline that I can use for my real estate business. I am a Realtor in Minneapolis, and I'm looking for a professional, fun and witty tagline. Any suggestions would help!
I work for Capital Realty, Inc.
and my name is Nicole Van Patten
1/14/2006 at 1:32 PM
Dear friend, in my view what suits the best tagline is "touch the future."What u say about this.IF this suits then fine else tell me what king of tag you want.
1/16/2006 at 11:30 AM
Young has its benefits too! There is no need to try and be what you are not, but I believe that you should try and emphasize or stand out for what you are!
Young is fresh. full of vigour and ambition, etc. Tap on that. Let me try to show you what I mean:
If the word 'real estate' or some version of it appears in your name than you don't need it in your tag line. You can write something like this:
Energy and Excellence that work for you!
Service Forte - Working for you
The Fresh Approach to Real Estate
Get Excellent Results Fast!
or something like that
Hope that helps
1/24/2006 at 1:44 AM
capital realty inc., your home, your life
11/11/2010 at 3:55 PM
I'm a Real estate broker starting out in the Marco Island, Florida area.
Help I need a great tag line.
I will be specializing in the luxury market
$5 Mil and up.
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