This location was Twin Peak’s 2nd venture into the El Paso market, marking the start of a large development project on long vacant land at I-10 and Sunland Park Dr.
Opening in October of 2015, this 150,000 square foot office complex is the latest in development to El Paso’s Northwest business park. At $42 million, this building represents the confidence that ADP has in the El Paso market, where they expect to have 2,200 full-time employees and be a hub for training and education for their company.
Later, Later is a neighborhood public house located steps from Southwest University Ball Park, the Union Depot district and many other entertainment venues in the heart of downtown El Paso.
The Fountains at Farah is a regional lifestyle-shopping venue offering fresh, name-brand boutiques in addition to on-trend and mid-range department stores. The center features a refreshing open-air atmosphere with numerous cascading water displays, entertainment venues, patio dining, and covered parking.
We were excited to be the title company of choice for this amazing project. The MCA-CC is a first of it’s kind bio-medical research facility and incubator in the region with over 60,000 square feet of research laboratories and collaboration space.
The Artspace El Paso Lofts blends 51 affordable live/ work units for artists and their families with 5,000 square feet of multi-purpose nonprofit commercial space. A large community room on the ground floor will provide space for artists and community groups for meetings, events, exhibitions and performances and although the transformation of this site begins with a beautiful new building, the real and lasting change will be the energy and vitality that artists bring to downtown El Paso.
We were excited to be the title company of choice for this amazing project. The MCA-CC will be a first of it’s kind bio-medical research facility and incubator in the region.
Once upon a time you could put “#1 Agent in El Paso, Tx” or “Multi-Million $ Producer” on your business card and ads and people would take it at face value. Now, however, home buyers have become much more discriminating and intentional in the way they choose their agent.
Much like how TV used to be 3 channels, then 10 channels, then 200 channels, and now people stream exactly what they want, when they want it.
With so much news, social media, and a ton of Realtors to pick from, you have to change your marketing to appeal to a specific audience.
No longer can you be a generalist and appeal to everyone. You must instead try to relate with specific people and in the end, turn others away. But fear not, those who don’t “click” with you, wouldn’t have been the type of customer that you wanted to work with anyway!
It sounds counter-intuitive but instead of just saying that you are Realtor, perhaps you are recently married and can position yourself as “helping first-time homebuyers find the house of their dreams.”
Or that you are nearing retirement age and can relate with the wants and needs to people in a similar demographic.
Or maybe you are a pet lover, an avid runner, mountain biker or you like travel…the list goes on.
Lets face it, people gravitate towards other people like themselves.
The sooner you start appealing to one type of person, the sooner you’ll start appealing to many, and the more often your phone will ring.
So what do you want to be known for?