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It’s a great pleasure to feature another great website that launched on myRealPage web and listings platform: Bonnie Bryant’s SeniorsNextMove.ca. This website is specifically geared to make real estate decisions and process easier for seniors in Greater Vancouver area. It’s a great example of a real estate niche website with a very specific audience.

The website branding was developed by Michelle Vella of realstudio.ca, specializing in real estate graphic design and branding, and implemented by TribalYell.com, Vancouver web design studio. We have featured numerous work by RealSTUDIO and TribalYell in the past.

Take a moment to visit and explore SeniorsNextMove.ca:

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Are you looking to build or migrate a custom website? Take a look at what others have done customizing myRealPage websites. You can also easily build mobile real estate websites, and our mobile listing search is included in your regular  subscription at no extra charge? Give our sales a call at : 1-888-478-8797 or drop us a line to sales@myrealpage.com

Comments

Michelle Vella on Apr 21, 2011 5:57 AM
Thanks for the post Bill. Branding Seniors' Next Move was a big and enjoyable project including brochures, business cards and of course the website. How great is it to have the flexibility to customize MyRealPage websites so clients can benefit from the MRP technology and have a custom look without spending thousands and thousands of dollars.
Paul McEwan on Apr 25, 2011 5:24 AM
Thanks for posting this site and thanks to Michelle from RealSTUDIO for providing us the opportunity to make this work. In a project like this we are often asked what is possible by the client and designer and because we are working with myRealPage is easy to say "yes, that won't be a problem" to almost every request.

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