"Never start a conversation with a yawn."
- Lee Clow
The essence of a great marketing campaign is a story. A story that taps into an emotion or a feeling or a belief and catches people's attention in a way that awakens their curiosity and compels them to "lean in" to find out more–or better yet, to spring into action. Every home has a story to tell. Our job is to craft and shape that story to inspire the imagination of the varied potential buyers in the market. We strive to make your home stand out in an extremely competitive marketplace.
Most real estate agents lack the formal training, skill or time to give your property the full attention needed when it comes to this part of the business.
At Teles Properties, all of your marketing will be conceived and developed from start to finish by true experts in the field who focus exclusively on creating the right look and feel for every marketing piece to promote your residence. This attention to detail ensures that your property will attract the interest of the most discriminating buyers in the marketplace.
theStudio, our in-house marketing department, offers a wide array of design, digital, and communication services that take marketing and branding well beyond the status quo. From concept and design to implementation, every aspect of marketing your property is handled by a team of full-time professionals, who focus on providing Teles agents with complete advertising and marketing services. Individual attention and analysis is given to your property to determine the best course of action.
Print Media, Online Media, Social Media and New Media are used to create dynamic materials that not only get attention, but more importantly, results. These services are creative, adaptable, and unique within the real estate industry. theStudio's proprietary process streamlines these efforts, giving agents more time to spend with their clients. Like you, we know that world-class homes deserve first-class attention.
2108 Linda Flora Drive Los Angeles, CA 90077
Recent Blog Entry
Hollywood sign saved again!
Tuesday, April 27, 2010 at 9:00pm
On Monday it was announced that the last of the money was raised through a donation from Hugh Hefner, of $900,000 and then a matching donation from Tiffany and Co Foundation and Aileen Getty of a further $500,000, to help the City purchase the property to keep it out of the hands of real estate developers. Arnold Schwarzenegger and the Trust of Public land led by Will Rogers have been raising money with the help of donations from Tom Hanks, Steven Spielberg, the studios, and with fundraisers held by the locals. Finally on Monday Hugh Hefner's donation brought the grand total to 12.5 million dollars, the agreed amount the owners would sell the property to the City for. This is not the first time Hugh Hefner has come to the rescue of the sign, back in the late 70's he played a major role in fundraising for the rebuilding of the then dilapidated sign.