Branding: Andrew Kutsenda name + emblem
Logo: Put the initials "AK" inside a house. It should match overall look/feel of site.
Menu items (Dropdown items are within parenthesis):
Buyers (Investors, The Buying Process, Pre-Approvals, View Listings, Keep Me Updated), Sellers (The Selling Process, Meet Me Today, Request A CMA, Keep Me Updated), Community (Favorite Restaurants), Blog, Contact Me
(look at https://seanparklaw.com to get an idea for how this should be laid out)
Headliner - Andrew Image (attached) + Headline [Top Rated Realtor In Silicon Valley] + Quote ["Real estate the way it should be, not the way it used to be." -ABC News]
Question section - headline: How Can I Help You?
// Buyers / Sellers (1p each with button to corresponding "Process Guide")
Homes Carousel - headline: Find Your New Home
// carousel embed ( http://www.diversesolutions.com/pro…ur/widgets - featured listings widget )
Quote Block (seamless) - // sub: "Real estate the way it should be, not the way it used to be. #ModernAgent" (the quote is tweetable, need a tweet icon next to it)
Celeb Box - As Seen On - ABC / HGTV / Fox / CBS / Bravo / NBC
Contact Section -- Split
[head: Client Reviews -- carousel -- below: #ModernAgent, embed Instagram feed]
[head: Get In Touch -- contact form, "I am a..." "Name" "Email" "Phone Number" "Message", McAfee secured]
Locations -- head: "Serving" -- below: (image above each) South Bay | Peninsula | East Bay
Make a blog list section that matches overall look/feel. Simple post previews showing thumbnail of post, title as headline, and brief preview.
Make a blog page that matches overall look/feel. Come up with some cool widgets on the side that you feel a realtor's blog/site should have. Perhaps a reviews carousel. Categories. Etc.