I would remove the question marks from “Select city?”
Are you asking me, or is it an imperative?
Also, why does a real estate firm need a blog? Attempting to jump onto the “Web 2.0” bandwagon for the hell of it comes off as silly if it is poorly executed. I don’t want to see properties listed on Twitter; I want to go to a website which organizes real estate listings and information clearly by cost and geographic parameters. Similarly, I can’t imagine why I’d want to sign up for a “Gallaudet Newsletter.” I’m trying to buy a home right now, Gallaudet is either listing a property I’m interested in right now or it isn’t, and if it isn’t, I’m not going to give a damn when they hire a new agent in 8 months after I’ve already bought my house. Why do I need to sign-in for a real-estate website? Perhaps there’s a sensible reason for this, but that reason is not readily apparent to me, and Gallaudet’s web site certainly will not be transforming into “The Next Twitter,” in a few months.
So, I’d do some serious thinking about why people actually visit a real-estate website (to purchase a house or establish a relationship with an agent) and redesign accordingly. You may have to provide your clients with a bit of striking via Clue-by-four.
The graphics are reasonably professional and it certainly won’t embarrass the client, so you’re doing reasonably well.