After a down economy, the development at Amelia Riverwalk needed to be revived. The developers turned to the Real Estate Marketing Alliance to help them rekindle interest in their community.
Having sold only a handful of their hundred or so lots and having only a few residents did not make for a complete community. Grande Oak at Amelia Riverwalk was born out of the original community to reinvigorate their sales. Marketing this community to the right prospects was an issue that was right up REMA’s alley.
A research study, marketing plan, and budget plan later, the community is back on track. With it’s waterfront location and the proximity to Amelia Island, they hope to sell out the remaining lots in no time. Thanks to the REMA Team. If you have a similar need, contact us at email@example.com or call us at 904.992.9888.
Connestee Falls is an established community near Brevard, North Carolina. A community that was begun in the 1970s still had a number of lots available that were lying fallow. The POA began contemplating how they could sell off their remaining lots but didn’t know where to begin. Enter the Real Estate Marketing Alliance.
The REMA Team was able to suggest several options for reinvigorating their marketing efforts and help to improve upon their resales and lot sales moving forward through research and several charrettes with the board of directors and the sales team.
If you are looking to improve your marketing and sales efforts or just looking to reinvigorate your community, contact the REMA Team. We can help with all or your marketing and sales planning, budgeting, and management. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 904-992-9888. No project is too large…or small.