I'm an odd fellow with pretty good ideas who needs help connecting well with the general public - and by the nature of the real estate business, there is a vast breadth of general public with whom to connect. I like to have fun, and I love elegant solutions. I like timeless things, like the 1990 Honda Accord. (That may be a joke) OK, like the Target logo. Who can screw up concentric circles? For me, timeless things have an essence that is powerful enough to live beyond the constraints of the temporarily fashionable. "Target" is too literal to botch; the '90 Accord is only as comfortable and surprising as a country meadow. And reading this yakety-yak hopefully gives you some insight into me - I'm not specifically trying to tell you what is right or wrong.
I have a daughter named Corazon, meaning "heart" in Spanish. She is named after Nobel Prize Winner Corazon Aquino, former President of the Philippines. The company opened its doors in 2005 and has used this logo plus (accidentally, thanks to a sign printing company) a second logo on the real estate signs.
I designed the original logo in 2005 using ol' Microsoft Photodraw 2000 - not much capability for adding depth to the image.
We need to attract residents for residential properties of all qualities and prices, from studios at apartment complexes, to high-end homes.
We also need to attract the landlords of those properties, and the professionals who would search for and recommend a property management solution for their landlord clients: attorneys, accountants, real estate agents, etc.
Spanish-speaking Hispanics and Filipinos are the second and third largest communities in the Reno/Sparks area.
"...where the heart is." Unless you can come up with something that ties homes and hearts together better. Those two things MUST be involved.
Red, white, and blue. The red is a little bloody, the blue is a little navy. An image can be found at our website, http://www.CorazonRealEstate.com.