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A new Focus on the region’s real estate

This new real estate resource is reaching both the region and Calgary. - Photo submitted
This new real estate resource is reaching both the region and Calgary.
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Those looking for real estate in the area now have a new resource to make their purchasing decisions easier than ever before.

Real Estate Focus is a publication created in partnership between the Kootenay News Advertiser and the Cranbrook Daily Townsman that is distributed within the region via our newspapers and in highly-visible locations throughout Calgary.

“This is a very important industry to our local economy and as leaders in our community we recognized a need in the region and have joined forces to create the perfect vehicle for our local real estate market,” said, Cranbrook Daily Townsman Publisher Karen Johnston. “Albertans love our region and we want to ensure this product highlights the housing industry to potential investors and those considering relocation.”

The publication features all the local listings in one convenient supplement, making it easy to find the property you are looking for.

Local and Calgary distribution totals more than 33,000 copies of Real Estate Focus. This large coverage was important to the partners not only because of the economic benefits, but also because they want to show as many people as possible the beauty and opportunities of the region.

“We really see this as an important product in the market,” said Kootenay News Advertiser Publisher Chuck Bennett. “We are happy with our first edition and expect it to only grow from there.”

Real Estate Focus has been distributed locally in the August 21 Cranbrook Daily Townsman. Expect to see your Real Estate Focus distributed in the Kootenay News Advertiser on August 29.

Contact Danielle Strom at the Kootenay News Advertiser to see your property in the next edition.

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