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Property/Real Estate advertising registers 46% rise during H1 2005: AdEx study

03-October-2005
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Property/Real Estate advertising registers 46% rise during H1 2005: AdEx study

The property/real estate category has witnessed consistent growth in ad spends in print since 2000. Significantly, these advertisers have shown an overwhelming preference for newspapers. Royal Palm Estates has been the biggest advertiser this year.

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