Northern Star teams up with Australia's top real estate site

YOUR chances of selling your property through the region's leading news brand has just got even better.


The Queensland Times has entered an agreement with Australia's No. 1 residential property website,

It means not only will our real estate sections continue to get to the majority of the region's readers, but the partnership will see local properties have the opportunity to be affiliated with a website that is attracting three million visitors every month.

The branding agreement, which will see all of our property sections - and those of our parent company Australian Regional Media across Queensland and northern New South Wales - rebranded Real Estate,  kicks in from October 1.

Combine the print and website audiences with ARM's recently launched digital listing product Finda Real Estate, which is focused on ARM's regional markets, and there is a potential audience of more than 1.4 million every week.

ARM's existing branding relationship with Domain will come to an end on September 30.

The Domain branding will cease to appear in our products in October.

ARM chief executive Neil Monaghan said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for our clients and readers - the biggest media brand in the regions combing with the biggest real estate advertiser."

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