I don’t think anyone here would be shocked if I said that most real estate company names these days are boring at best. So before you name your real estate company “Superior Realty,” check out our 89 examples of great real estate company names.

You can also avail yourself of our free real estate company name generator, review our 9 rules for choosing a great real estate company name, and read advice from five real estate branding experts. We hope these resources help you come up with an unforgettable name that expresses your brand.

89 Real Estate Company Names

Now that you (hopefully) know that naming your real estate business is important, here are 89 real estate company name ideas to help get the creative ball rolling. Please note that these are just ideas we came up with, so some might be real companies! If none of these inspire, use our real estate company name generator below the list.

Equitable Property GroupApogee Property AdvisorsLandmark Realty Group
Brick Lane RealtyBanyan Tree RealtyGranite Real Estate
Cobblestone Realty PartnersDriggs RealtyPinnacle Real Estate
Picket Fence RealtyMagnolia Group Real EstateBlue Reef Properties
Sterling Property AdvisorsCardinal RealtyHaven Group Real Estate
Carpe Diem RealtyForward Real Estate AdvisorsSeekers Realty
Home & Hearth RealtyCitadel Partners RealtyShipwright Realty
Bond & Main Real Estate GroupPrivet Group Real PropertySiren Partners Real Estate
Stellar Property AdvisorsCorsair Real EstateBluebell Real Estate
Bold RealtyBeacon Homes LLCLarkspur Partners Realty
Excelsior Real EstateWeathervane Group RealtyAgile Real Estate Group
The Viola GroupEchelon Private Client RealtyNestled Real Estate
Sequoia Real EstateBlack Oak RealtyFortune Team
Barrow Street RealtyFinders Group Realty LAFound Property Group
Orchard Street PropertiesLamplighters RealtyRise Real Estate
Blue Sky RealtyAdobe Property AdvisorsStrive Partners Realty
Silverbell RealtyPagoda Partners RealtyHerringbone Realty
Broadleaf HomesCapstone RealtyFlow Group Real Estate
Acuta Real EstateKeystone Group Real EstateBottom Line Realty
Summerwood GroupBlue Slate RealtyClosers Group Real Estate
Anchor Group Real EstateRed Coral RealtyPilot Property Group
Apogee Property AdvisorsGolden Meadows Property GroupTitan Real Estate
Axis Group Real EstateSunstone Property AdvisorsLighthouse Group Real Estate
Equinox Partners Real PropertyFull Circle Real EstateSummit Properties
Nova Group Real EstateJasper RealtyCatbird Estates
Lark HomesPlatinum Property AdvisorsFox Run Real Estate
Equinox Realty AdvisorsCottonwood Real EstateZenith Estates
Champion Real Estate AdvisorsSovereign RealtyPartisan Realty Advisors
Devoe PartnersFive Star Real PropertySeamless Property Advisors
Olive Tree RealtyDivine Nooks

The Close’s FREE Real Estate Company Name Generator 2.0

Since every single branding expert we talked to said the more real estate company names you come up with, the better, we decided to build this real estate company name generator to help you get started.

Generate Your Name

Chose a name format

Warning: The company names produced by this generator were created by our team, but it is up to you to verify trademark status.

8 Rules For Great Real Estate Company Names

So by now you probably have a handful of names that you’re considering for your business. How do you choose THE name? Simple. Take the advice of people who have spent years branding companies and making the hard decisions that built great brands.

Download Your Free Real Estate Branding Guide

Since I have years of experience in real estate branding, I’ll get the ball rolling, and then we include some advice from some of the top branding professionals in the industry.

1. Avoid Puns, Pop Culture References & Cliches

Highclere Castle (Downton Abbey)

There’s a real estate company here in Brooklyn that for some inexplicable reason decided to name themselves after a world-changing, but now defunct social media platform. I won’t name names, but let’s just say it rhymed with pie face.

Keep in mind this was well after the platform’s long slow decline, and sure, it has a second meaning that works for real estate. OK, clever enough, but now they’re stuck with it.

I genuinely don’t think they ever thought they would be as successful as they are today. Seeing their name on a massive banner on exclusive new developments is more than a little odd. The cognitive dissonance makes most people pause for a second before asking something like, “You mean like the website?”

Even worse, while you and your friends might think your pun is hilarious (and as pun aficionados, we’d probably agree), will everyone find it clever? The answer, of course, is no. Many, many people, especially those who can make or break you with one deal, might find it cloying and unprofessional. So do yourself a favor and avoid using puns or cliches in your name.

2. Claim Your Social Media Accounts, Buy Your Domain & Build Your Website ASAP

Of course, as you might have already guessed, competition for online real estate is fiercer than the hottest seller’s market. That means you need to pull the trigger and get your social media accounts, domain name, and website as fast as humanly possible. For your website, you can buy a domain and hosting and throw up a placeholder “Coming Soon” page in less than five minutes.

Related Article
14 Expert Tips to Choose a Great Real Estate Domain Name (+ Name Generator)

3. Pay Attention to How Your Company Name Sounds When Spoken Out Loud

One of the most important elements of the best real estate names is how they sound in the real world. Your name may look great on paper, but how will it sound when a former client is talking about your company over lunch with a friend? Will it be easy to pronounce and understand? Will it sound strong or weak? Professional or unprofessional?

One of the best ways to do this is to write down your name on a card and see if your friends, co-workers, and even strangers can pronounce it quickly and easily. Does it roll off the tongue or do they stumble trying to say it? Ask them if they like it or what it makes them think of without telling them it’s a real estate company.

4. Acronyms Matter, Especially for Longer Names

long real estate company names

Using an acronym as a stand-in for your name can be surprisingly useful. Which company sounds like they make cool laptops, IBM or International Business Machines? Which company offers you great food besides chicken, Kentucky Fried Chicken or KFC?

If you go with your own name or a name combo for your team, then an acronym can be a great stand-in that’s easy to remember and spell. You can also use acronyms for other branding uses (assuming you keep the same font/color and style) you use for a brand mark, or for a domain name. So if your name is Kelly Smith Realtors, you can get a domain like KSRrealty.com.

Even if you don’t plan to use an acronym for your real estate name, make sure yours doesn’t connote anything lewd or tasteless. Franklin, Upland, Clark, and Kinsey might sound very stately and old money outside your law office, but uh …

5. Keep Your Geographic Farm Area in Mind

Real estate company names that work, work for the people you want to sell real estate to. It’s that simple. What good is an amazing name (The Dandy Warhols) if your clients don’t like it?

That means sitting down and figuring who your target clients are and what they need, want, and like is crucial to coming up with a name they will respond to or even tolerate.

Are you working in retirement communities in Boca Raton or selling old warehouse spaces to hipsters in LA’s Arts District? As you can imagine, those two companies should have two very different names if they want to reach the right audience.

Related Article
Real Estate Farming: How to Become the Go-to Agent in Your Neighborhood

6. Choose Real Estate Company Names That Can Scale With Your Business

The difficulty, of course, is that as you grow as an agent or brokerage, you will naturally want to expand your farm area. So before adding your current farm area to your name, ask yourself where you think you’ll be selling five years from now.

Try to come up with a name that has appeal to as many people as you can. You can even ask yourself, what would Uncle Phil think of this name? What would that hipster web developer I see at the coffee shop every morning think?

7. Come Up With as Many Names as You Can, Then Come Up With Some More

One of the least understood but most recognized aspects of the creative process is that the good stuff often sneaks up on you. You could struggle for days and days locked in a room with your co-founders and come up with nothing but crap, only to have the perfect name pop into your head in the shower. Welcome to the life of a creative!

According to the latest neuroscientific research into creativity, this idea actually has some merit. They’ll tell you that three elements need to come together for creative thinking: you must be in a relaxed state of mind, have an excess of dopamine, and be in a position to be easily distracted.

While this might lead some to believe they need to be in a warm bath with a glass of chardonnay to come up with a great real estate name, the reality is a bit trickier. Whatever you do, don’t skip the brainstorming sessions necessary to the ideation process! Get all your ideas up on the whiteboard. It’s a crucial step down the road to success. Only then will you be in a mindset where the good stuff just comes to you.

8. Shorter Is (Probably) Better

Apple. Google. Chase. Ford. Shenyang Hanking Hotel Management Company Limited. While all five of these are indeed real company names, it should be fairly obvious, if not intuitive, which ones work better. That’s because generally speaking, when it comes to branding, shorter is better.

As a general rule of thumb, any name over three words and 10 syllables starts to sound a little bit off. Of course, what you name your business is entirely up to you—just don’t be surprised when your agents and customers come up with a nickname for your too-long company name. Because pretty much no one says they just bought a new MacBook from Apple Computer Incorporated. It’s just way easier to say “Apple,” which is why Apple shortened its name to just Apple Inc. in 2007.

Real Estate Company Names: 5 Tips From Experts

We asked seasoned agents and brokers for their approach to choosing a real estate company name in a digital age. You can learn from their wisdom and experience so that your name choice will stand the test of time and become a great foundation for building your brand.

Next Steps: Building Real Estate Company Names Into Brands

Once you’ve put in the sweat equity to come up with a great name, the next step is to start crafting a brand around it. That means working with a designer to come up with a great logo, slogan, and some taglines that represent your brand well.

If you have a few more minutes, check out our Best & Worst Real Estate Logos article here, and then our Best Real Estate Slogans and Taglines article for more inspiration.

If you’re building a brokerage, check out these articles from 27-year industry veteran Sean Moudry’s series on how to build one from the ground up.

Need more inspiration but short on time? Check out this excellent TED Talk from Jonathan Bell, Managing Director of Want Branding below. He covers what makes great company names tick in less than six minutes!

Your Turn

Has this guide helped you come up with a bulletproof real estate company name? Still have burning questions or just want to bounce some ideas off our team? Let us know in the comments.

Want More Leads? Download Our Free E-book
61 proven lead gen ideas from coaches & top-producing agents to help you close more deals.
This email address is invalid.
Want even more free resources?
Tell us about you so we know what to send.
By downloading, you’ll automatically subscribe to our weekly newsletter
Want More Leads? Download Our Free E-book
61 proven lead gen ideas from coaches & top-producing agents.
By downloading, you’ll automatically subscribe to our weekly newsletter
Want even more free resources? Tell us about you so we know what to send.