National award-winning agency, On-Target! Marketing and Advertising, announced today five new real estate developments added to their client list. As a leading force in real estate marketing, the On-Target! team is helping grow residential communities across the Greater Houston Area.
On-Target!’s newest clients, Fulbrook and Fulbrook on Fulshear Creek, are reaching sales goals with a new marketing approach designed to maximize on the communities’ strongest selling points. Located in the small town of Fulshear, the campaign highlights the natural beauty and prime location of each community across all publications and digital ads.
Developers starting from the ground up rely on On-Target!’s well-defined marketing strategies to gain visibility and attract potential homebuyers before new homes are even built.
This past January, the On-Target! team launched a brand new community in Northwest Houston, Rosehill Reserve, with a website, billboards, brochures, digital ads, social media and a grand opening preview event. The event introduced over 100 attendees to the property including real estate agents, community officials and members of the press.
“We have been able to bring a broad range of services to our real estate developers,” says Todd Gregory, Brand Strategist at On-Target!. “In the earliest stages, we have named communities, assisted with investment prospectus and advised with long term planning and budgeting.”
For a new community gearing up on the east side of Lake Houston, On-Target! has played a vital role in the beginning phases of development by creating a name, logo, and brand identity package for the property known as Sundance Cove.
About On-Target! Marketing and Advertising
For over a decade, On-Target! has been Houston’s leading force in helping countless residential communities (e. g., Lakes of Bella Terra and Falls at Imperial Oaks) grow beyond developers’ wildest expectations. On-Target! seeks to set a higher standard for innovation and creativity in marketing for the home building industry. For any questions you have, try this...