Digital subscriptions are coming to TheRealDeal.com

A letter from The Real Deal’s publisher, Amir Korangy

TRD New York /
Jun.June 18, 2018 12:00 PM

Dear Readers,

Great journalism often requires years of source building and painstaking research. For informed people, verified reporting and data delivered at lightning speeds are the most important commodities out there — now, more than ever before. As a reader of The Real Deal, you know that better than anyone else.

For the past 15 years — beginning in New York and expanding to Miami, L.A. and recently Chicago — we have published the independent, in-depth and award-winning reporting and analysis that millions of real estate, finance and legal professionals, among others, rely on in print and daily on the web at TheRealDeal.com.

Now, we are asking our readers to join us in the next phase of TRD as digital subscribers. Readers who consume more than 15 articles a month across our network of sites will need to join our digital subscription program to continue reading.

We are thrilled to bring a slew of new offerings to our readers along with this program, including:

  • Conference calls with reporters and editors
  • Subscriber-only newsletters
  • Previews of upcoming print issues
  • Event discounts
  • Data access
  • And we’ll keep adding to the list!

We are committed to providing quality reporting to our readers and trust that you will continue to support us.

Sincerely,

Amir Korangy, Publisher


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