The ultimate mix of left- and right-brained thinkers, Rawle Murdy draws insight from data, analytics, and research, and then uses that insight to drive creative solutions with a singular focus: our clients’ success.
With a broad-range of client experience and deep expertise in four key industries—home services, travel & hospitality, real estate, and public involvement—we know how to grab attention, earn affinity, and spark action.
Terminix Service, Inc.
Terminix’s largest franchise faced stiff competition from other pest control service companies that appear to do the same thing for less money. How could we get homeowners to choose expertise over a cheap offer?
Jackson County, NC
Rawle Murdy was brought in to bring the destination’s “Play On” brand to life with a primary goal of driving accommodations occupancy from the web.
Rawle Murdy was brought on to refocus the brand & reinvigorate new interest in this unique mountain community.
See how Rawle Murdy has helped advocate for public transit in the Lowcountry.
See the RM team’s most memorable moments with our office dog Chandler! From office photo shoots to beach days, he’s been here with us through it all.
At Rawle Murdy, we’re always looking for new ways to improve, and that means our brand needs to evolve with us. So this Thanksgiving, we’re most thankful for our brand new RM website!
Brokers are responsible for making decisions about pricing, staging, creating a marketing plan, printing brochures, holding open houses, and reaching out to potential buyers. But one thing people always forget is the story behind the property. Here’s why the story matters.
When it comes to real estate marketing, we’re always looking for key opportunities to engage leads and drive tours, and technology is helping to perfect our process! 3D virtual property tours allow leads to “try before they buy” without wasting their time or money.
Astrid Diaz’s new modular home is on display at a building products factory in Toa Baja, about 20 miles west of Puerto Rico’s capital, San Juan. According to Diaz, the home is so strong because foam panels are covered with a galvanized steel mesh that provide structure and load-bearing capacity.
Single-story homes are making a major comeback in 2019. This industry trend has been more prevalent in the South and non-metro areas, according to new data from the National Association of Home Builders. Single-story homes were the most popular home sold in 2019, and we see that trend continuing into 2020.
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