Traditional Media and Real Estate Advertising

Brian uses engaging and compelling print materials to market the home, including flyers, brochures, mailers and door hangers. This material is distributed in a focused manner, using sign-post boxes, neighborhood engagement and Professional Marketing meetings.

Traditional Media

Brian strategically markets his listings through various San Diego publications such as The Union Tribune and Community Papers. But he goes beyond that, and also uses San Diego Magazines. Leveraging these publications appropriately in order to market to the desired audience, Brian continues to embrace the traditional style of marketing with choice advertisement in well known publications.

Dream Homes MagazineDream Homes San Diego, & Dream Home International

Published on glossy, heavy-weight paper, this “coffee table book” quality publication features luxury real estate listings in the greater San Diego area. Dream Homes magazine has over 2000 local distribution locations and has been used by top producing agents for over 15 years as a way to locally promote their premiere listings.

Premier

San Diego Premier Properties & Lifestyles showcases premier San Diego properties as well as services and products that appeal to those same buyers. This high-end publication features topical real estate updates and luxury lifestyle articles. Distributed to select sites in affluent areas and through a direct mail campaign, Premier reaches an exclusively targeted, wealthy audience with extraordinary buying power in San Diego and across the country.

Traditional Media SellsSan Diego Magazine

San Diego Magazine is a glossy, high-end city, luxury lifestyle publication. Created nearly six decades ago, it has a long established and desirable audience due in large part to award-winning editorials, paid targeted circulation and an influential and affluent readership including San Diego’s wealthiest residents. With a monthly circulation of 54,000, San Diego Magazine articles focus on lifestyle, real estate, politics and art stories.