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Discussion in 'The Buying & Selling Process' started by MTR, 8th Sep, 2016.

  1. MTR

    MTR Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    As part of the marketing my RE agent has asked me to come up with a name for my 3 unit development in Croydon, Vic.

    Have not used this strategy before, its pretty simple by naming the development it gives a perception of exclusivity. I guess it cant hurt.

    Did a little more digging, surprising many do name their developments.

    If you have any suggestions for a name please post I am keen on some input. I cant think of anything at the moment.

    MTR:)
     
  2. EN710

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    I'm afraid you'll have some silly names coming up :rolleyes:

    But really. Why not
    Monalisa
     
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    MTR Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    LOL, that wont work unfortunately.

    Yes, I am expecting some fun with this, and that is perfectly fine...
     
  4. Agent30yrs.

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    Taj Mahal? all jokes aside, make it reflective of the product and relative to your target market
     
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    Croydon - Craydon - Crackdon - Crack den?

    Uh, what's the target market like
     
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    Maybe do a little research on the area/buyer demographic and come up with a concept/name that would resonate?
     
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  7. MTR

    MTR Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    Good point
    I was trying to work this out, its near the Dandenong's, leafy, hilly area.
    Many Asian buyers, downsizers interested in this area.
     
  8. MTR

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    like hell, the properties will never sell...:eek:
     
  9. EN710

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    Name it after flower - Edelweiss
    Or wine - Moet & Chandon

    Chinese? The Eight... :p
     
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    "LandLord" and Put this Picture on the Front of the Block. 20141231_102249.jpg
     
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    York Finance Broker Business Member

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    Maybe use a name that encapsulates both the Asian culture and also vegatation of the landscape. Something like 'Orchid East'. Where orchid is the Chinese flower that represents Spring and also symbolises perfection. East being the direction from city.

    Just something to think about. :)
     
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    We have named our JV apartments in Mindarie. I wouldn't have thought to do it for a triplex but for apartments I think it's a really good idea.
    We went with the street name as it's very pretty

    boston.jpg
     
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    Forget the name, My partner would be in boat heaven
     
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    MTR Well-Known Member Premium Member

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    that is very nice, sadly I don't have ocean views:(
     
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    The boat is actually docked in Fremantle, couldn't stop laughing at the cheek.
     
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    How about "The Crazy 88"?
     
  17. Scott No Mates

    Scott No Mates Well-Known Member

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    Gotta chip in:
    Housie Mc Houseface
    Larry, Curly, Mo
    Casa Mia, Casa Tua, Casa Nova, Casa Nostra
     
  18. Blacky

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    Its ok... thats not an actual pic of the view... just a random picture of boats :p
     
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    Had a builder name his boat 'Variations'.

    Excitedly, this guy went broke.

    pinkboy
     
  20. Blacky

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    Just "dress up" the street address. Its all we did. Seems to work well.


    Blacky