Central Western Daily making house hunting convenient

HOT PROPERTY: Central Western Daily managing editor Tony Rhead with the new Domain Orange E-edition. It and The Real Estate Weekly can now be read online. Photo: STEVE GOSCH

HOT PROPERTY: Central Western Daily managing editor Tony Rhead with the new Domain Orange E-edition. It and The Real Estate Weekly can now be read online. Photo: STEVE GOSCH

THE Central Western Daily’s growing digital audience now has access to Orange’s two weekly real estate guides online.

In an exciting move for vendors and buyers, Domain Orange and The Real Estate Weekly can now be read as free E-editions on www.centralwesterndaily.com.au.

Managing editor Tony Rhead said the electronic editions of these two popular real estate guides would bring thousands more buyers and sellers together.

“With in excess of 100,000 unique browsers now visiting our website each month these E-editions dramatically increase exposure to the Orange property market,” Mr Rhead said.

“It’s as easy as going to our home page and clicking on the two links to these publications at the top of the page. We will upload the new weekly edition every Thursday evening in time for property buyers to begin planning their weekend house hunting.”

The E-editions deliver full page views of each publication.

Readers can customise how they zoom in and turn the pages using the toolbox on the screen.

In another exciting change for home buyers and sellers, the Central Western Daily will print an open for inspection listing for these publications in Friday’s CWD ready for the weekend.

Mr Rhead said this was another way the CWD could help property buyers. 

The print editions of the Orange Domain and The Real Estate Weekly, containing all the details about properties in the Orange market, will continue to be available in Saturday’s paper with Orange Domain also inserted in the free, home-delivered Midstate Observer every Thursday

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