Bold Property Investments Logo Design Contest

Bold Property Investments has selected their winning logo design.

For $275 they received 275 designs from 43 different designers from around the world.
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Logo Design Brief Edit  Hide
buddypriest
United States

Slogan

Go Forth & Be Bold.

What We Do

A property investment group that buys and sells both residential and commercial properties, often renovating them.

Industry

Real Estate

Top Three Things to Communicate

#1 - Bold Moves that involve preparation but not hesitation.
#2 - Integrity & Character
#3 - Renewing properties to add value to communities

Our Target Audience:

Modern or industrial design
Attractive, yet simple logo
Age- 30-70
Male
High income investors
High level of education, college, graduate school, law school, or medical school
People looking to invest their money in an investment firm that will find, improve, & sell for profit both residential and commercial real estate.

Color Preferences

Charcoal grey, light grey, white, Black, possibly some modern sky blue.

The main colors should be grey, white, Black. I’m open to some color as an accent.

Our Ideas and Additional Information:

I want the logo to portray a modern sleekness and the feel of an established brand that people will be confident in investing in.

If using a whole word in the logo, BOLD should be the one chosen. I am ok with just the logo just being an image or letters. I would like the full company name positioned inside, next to, or underneath the logo image.

Themes

Simple
Gray
Luxury
Modern
Refined
Secure
Masculine

Style Inspiration

Applications

Mobile
Desktop
Print
Clothing

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