PROPERTY buyers and sellers in Whitsundays will benefit from a powerful new real estate alliance launched this week.
The Whitsunday Times has partnered with domain.com.au to provide a new opportunity to showcase properties to a broad local and national audience.
From today, the Whitsunday Times' property guide has been rebranded under the Domain banner as part of an integrated newspaper and internet real estate marketplace.
Last week, Whitsunday Times staff met with 35 local real estate agents for a pre-launch breakfast to explain the concept and benefits of the new brand.
APN's commercial director for North Queensland Grant Ferry was also at the launch to meet with agents.
APN News and Media is one of Australia's leading regional publishers and owns the Whitsunday Times.
Whitsunday Times managing editor Leanne Abernethy said it was an exciting new era for the Whitsunday Times.
“Domain is such a strong brand and to have it right here in the Whitsundays is great news for vendors and potential buyers,” she said.
Whitsunday Times multi-media sales consultant Sam Beattie presented the concept to the agents and said it was very well received.
“The Domain launch was a great success with positive feedback from the agents,” he said.
“We are all looking forward to growing with this refreshing new product.”
Property sellers will have access to newspaper and online packages that will reach the local market as well as a potential audience of more than 3 million buyers, sellers and investors online and via mobile phones.
Newspapers are a strong, proven medium to reach active and passive potential buyers, while domain.com.au can help you target specific audiences and access a wide variety of information and tools to support buyers and sellers.
These tools include personalised search data, a home price guide, suburb profiles, priority placements, eBrochures and interactive property galleries.
Domain's new Radar Search online also lets you search for properties that are close to specific points of interest, such as public transport, schools and restaurants.
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