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Branding Spotlight: Susan Mueller

The starting point: After several years in the business, Susan Mueller is ready to make her mark and stand out from the crowd. Before taking the plunge into real estate, she taught English and ESL for 15 years. This experience gives her a great foundation for educating first-time buyers or non-native English-speaking clients. The target […]

Branding Spotlight: Tyler Staples

The starting point: Tyler Staples first brand from The Lones Group was created a half-decade ago, with a dramatic sense of style. He returned this year, ready to embrace the fresh, bright and minimal style that’s sweeping the design world. His number one goal was to create a strong impression, while blending with the contemporary […]

Branding Spotlight: Lynn MacGougan

The starting point: Early this summer, Lynn MacGougan decided she was ready to for a personalized design that complimented the warm neutral tones of her team’s branding. The target audience: As a Gig Harbor expert, Lynn wanted to attract people of all areas of Northwest life – from waterside homeowners to nature-loving buyers. The strategy: […]

Branding Spotlight: Tom Quagliata

The starting point: With a background as an appraiser and years of experience in commercial real estate, Tom Qualiata wanted to unify his marketing and systems with a sleek and professional look. His business style emphasizes transparency and integrity, and he selected an elegant Semi-Custom PRO design to bring everything together. The target audience:  He […]

Branding Spotlight: Juana Cundari

The starting point: Juana is authentically passionate about working with her clients and wanted to develop systems and tools to serve them better. With an eye on the goal of building her own team, she selected a Custom Branding Package to start her journey. The target audience:Juana works with relocation clients, so she needed a […]

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