Chicago Tribune changes real estate coverage
The Chicago Tribune is revamping its real estate coverage and will introduce a new section called “Chicago Homes” on May 30, according to a release. It replaces “Your Place” and “New Homes.”
The new Friday Chicago Homes section features a cleaner design to better showcase complete coverage of the local real estate market and features on maintaining and upgraded homes.
Similarly, the redesigned site offers detailed neighborhood, community information and flash-based maps. With enhanced transaction data, such as recent home sales statistics, the site is Chicagoland’s most comprehensive source for real estate news and information.
“Chicago Homes delivers what no other local real estate resource can: the most detailed data and information when it comes to buying or selling a home,” said Jim Kirk, associate managing editor for business. “No matter where you are and when you need information, Chicago Homes, both online and in print, is the Chicago area’s one-stop shopping resource for real estate.”
The new Chicago Homes is part of Chicago Tribune’s larger strategy to combine print and online resources.
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