Andy La Dow
4660 La Jolla Village Drive
San Diego, CA 92122
Main: +1 858 455 1515
Fax: +1 858 546 9146
5901 Priestly Drive
Carlsbad, CA 92008
Main: +1 760 438 8950
Fax: +1 760 438 8925
Valuation & Advisory Services
9820 Willow Creek Road
San Diego, CA 92131
Main: +1 858 860 3800
Fax: +1 858 860 3900
Our approach to property marketing is not a laundry list of marketing tactics. We have developed a go-to-market system that creates strong demand, a competitive environment and a continuous feedback loop, allowing course corrections throughout the property marketing cycle.
We distinguish our property marketing services from other firms in two ways: we segment your prospects to make the best possible use of marketing resources, and we have a system to drive prospects through a “transaction filter,” taking them from basic awareness of your property through the contract stage.
1. Market segmentation
Most real estate marketing proposals list dozens of tactics—signage, online listings, flyers and tours—but lack strategic segmentation of the potential market to make the best use of available resources.
Our approach is to develop a prospecting hierarchy that defines your best possible tenants or buyers, such as those with the greatest need or those likely to pay the highest price.
2. Transaction filtering
It’s not enough for a prospect to simply know about your building’s availability—they need to understand how it can better serve their needs, or else that prospect might dismiss the opportunity before fully appreciating its value to their business.
Our property marketing experts not only generate leads, but also carefully track them as we build the prospect’s knowledge about your property, answer questions and tackle concerns and impediments.
As a result of this stage tracking, we generate feedback that alerts owners to issues that can be corrected during the property marketing and brokerage process.
For example, when we solicited feedback from prospective tenants and brokers following one property’s tours, we learned that many perceived the building to be too far from the city center’s services. The marketing communications were revised to tackle these concerns by highlighting nearby amenities, access to transit and substantially better parking and freeway access than downtown buildings offered. As a result, leasing was completed at a rate comparable to buildings in the downtown core.
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