A powerful new alliance will be launched in this paper this week. The Fraser Coast Chronicle is partnering with domain.com.au to provide an exciting new opportunity to showcase properties to a broad local and national audience.
A powerful new alliance will be launched in this paper this week. The Fraser Coast Chronicle is partnering with domain.com.au to provide an exciting new opportunity to showcase properties to a broad local and national audience.

Property sellers get boost

PROPERTY buyers and sellers on the Fraser Coast will benefit from a powerful new real estate alliance that will be launched in this paper on Friday.

The Fraser Coast Chronicle 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 Chronicle 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.

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 also lets you search for properties that are close to specific points of interest, such as public transport, schools and restaurants. You can also view a property’s open for inspection times and add it to your inspection planner to print out and plan your open house visits.

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.

Drive launch

The other big news is that locals wanting to sell a motor vehicle will vastly increase their chances by reaching a new, wider audience from this Saturday.

The Chronicle is partnering with drive.com.au to provide an exciting new opportunity to market motor vehicles to a broad local and national audience.

From Saturday, the Chronicle will be rebranded under the Drive banner as part of an integrated newspaper and online motoring marketplace.

Drive.com.au provides a range of features including the ability to specify precisely the vehicle a buyer is seeking, (by make, model or price), a guide to the real value of your vehicle, plus tips and information.

The Drive alliance will also give motor vehicle buyers and sellers more options and more chances of securing a great outcome.



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