The Real Deal is excited to announce that they will be expanding their reach into Midwest US with the opening of their brand new Chicago office. As they approach their 15th anniversary, they are very pleased to have this office join their current newsrooms in New York, Los Angeles, and Miami. The company is a popular source of real estate news information that brings in approximately 2.7 million visits each month and has one of the wealthiest audiences on the web.
The Real Deal features up-to-date and hard-hitting reporting on global activities and capital, the newest technologies in the industry, and in-depth analysis relative to all facets of the local real estate markets for the use of real estate professionals and investors.
Notably, the company has received a bevy of awards and recognition, including 13 awards from the National Association of Real Estate Editors and a recent general excellence award from the Society of American Business Writers and Editors.
The City of Chicago is in desperate need of the rich coverage that The Real Deal provides. The city is poised for considerable growth; the residential market’s sales volume has almost doubled in the past three years, and national players have been made to realize the benefits of having their presence there, especially since, commercially, Chicago is ranked sixth in the United States for cross-border flows.
Amir Korangy, Founder and Publisher of The Real Deal, announced that proud Chicago native and Senior Reporter, Scott Klocksin, will be the point person for the team of reporters, researchers, and editors who will deliver the type of local, data-driven stories that The Real Deal is acclaimed for.
Stuart Elliott continues as the editor-in-chief, a position he has held since the magazine first began in 2003. Heather Grossmann has been the editorial development director since 2014, and Hiten Samtani is the managing web editor and also oversees the content partnerships and the social media strategy.
The entire team will continue to encourage feedback from their readers on their content, what the readers would like to see covered and to discuss possible advertising oportunities. Also, you can sign up to receive their daily or weekly E-lerts that will deliver the latest real estate news and analysis relative to the Chicago market.