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Housing.com unveils buyer-focused news platform 'Housing News'

30-April-2016
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Housing.com unveils buyer-focused news platform 'Housing News'

Housing.com has launched ‘Housing News’, a comprehensive news platform that will feature objective news and analysis on the real estate sector.

Commenting on the launch, Nikhil Rungta, CMO, Housing.com said, “Our vision is to be the most trusted and transparent online real estate platform in India for both buyers and sellers. ‘Housing News’ is an important step in that direction. With this initiative our customers will get easy access to the latest news and views in the real estate industry which will help them to make better and more informed decisions. What makes it unique is that it is from the customer’s point of view, without any jargon and is easy to comprehend.” 

Housing News has been launched with an objective of creating a one-stop-destination for all information related to real estate. The content has been categorised into various sections like Breaking News; Market Trends; Legal, Home Finance, Taxation Must-Knows; Expert Interviews; Lifestyle, to cover the spectrum of information required by a home buyer, for an empowered buy or even sell decision. The design is vibrant, responsive and attractive, optimised for easy reading and research. The content has been carefully curated to mirror all the concerns a home buyer faces at every step of his home buying or selling journey, till he completes his transaction. The News platform will also act as a forum for all the stakeholders to discuss matters important to the industry and include inputs from top real estate professionals and companies all over the country, even before its launch. 

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