The Real Deal‘s LA print edition is going quarterly!

Supplementing daily online coverage, magazines will tackle big picture issues affecting LA real estate, major player profiles, rankings and more

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Nov.November 04, 2016 01:25 PM

The number one source for real estate industry news has been greeted with open arms by the local community in Southern California since we launched online at the beginning of the year. And since we released our first print edition in September, The Real Deal Los Angeles has quickly become the formidable choice for in-depth analysis, rankings, juicy features and player profiles.

Now, we are pleased to announce there will be more where that came from. Our L.A. print magazine is going quarterly!

The real estate industry is all about location, location, location — so book your advertising space for the upcoming year ahead of time, starting with the January 2017 winter edition. The deadline is December 16 (right before the holidays). Start the year on the right foot by promoting your brand and inventory in The Real Deal.

See the current September/Fall 2016 edition as it appears in print here.

To get a copy of the inaugural print edition or for a media kit — and for all other advertising inquiries — please call Frank Morales at (310) 270-8124 or [email protected]


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