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12th March 2014

Property Branding Service

Our residential and commercial property branding service is a ‘one stop shop’ for marketing your development, whether you’re marketing  250 flats,  6 houses or a significant mixed use , office, retail or industrial scheme. While the North West property market, like elsewhere, is picking up fast, differentiation is still key to successful site marketing.

Branding is crucial – in general terms, the residential market it’s still a buyers’ market:  Buyers are more selective than ever regardless of what your local market is like.  Seasoned developers understand their credentials count, but it’s the way in which a development is presented to buyers that can really make a difference. We know you know your market, It’s our job to make sure your branding and marketing collateral are positioned perfectly for that sector.  It’s about selling a lifestyle your target market aspire to. If prospective buyers can make that kind of connection with your development you can let or sell more quickly and achieve the premium prices new developments command.

As for commercial property, whether you want to attract sales or lettings for an office development, industrial estate or retail park, we can help you market your scheme to appropriate markets.

Whether you are a new or established business we can help you brand and market your business or individual project, we have a strong track record of helping property developers get the maximum ROI from their marketing spend.

At Bella Design we operate a multidisciplinary design and marketing agency which means we can help with everything from establishing the key messages associated with your company or project brand, to visualising an identity and developing your brand across print and digital media as required. From design and copywriting to photography and PR, you’ll find everything you need in one place to help you get your property branding off to a flying start.


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