The Gladstone Observer is partnering with domain.com.au to provide an exciting new opportunity to property buyers and sellers in Gladstone.
The Gladstone Observer is partnering with domain.com.au to provide an exciting new opportunity to property buyers and sellers in Gladstone.

Allied guide to real estate

PROPERTY buyers and sellers in Gladstone will benefit from a powerful new real estate alliance that launches next weekend.

The Gladstone Observer is partnering with domain.com.au to provide an exciting new opportunity to showcase properties to a broad local and national audience.

From Saturday The Gladstone Observer’s property guide will be rebranded under the Domain banner as part of a truly integrated newspaper and internet real estate marketplace.

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 three million buyers, sellers and investors online and via mobile phones.

The Gladstone Observer real estate media sales consultant Clare Hamann said The Gladstone Observer is extremely excited about the introduction of new tools for buyers and sellers of real estate.

“The strength of this online offering together with our print based media will ensure we are able to provide a stronger total media solution for our customers,” she said.

“The Domain alliance will give property buyers and sellers more options than ever before and help ensure the real estate experience is truly satisfying and achieves the best possible results.”



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