Editor's note: Real estate Mad Libs

Jul.July 01, 2018 01:00 PM

The Real Deal’s editors often get asked about the best ways to submit information for publication when a broker or developer has big news to announce. In many cases, these pros pay serious money to hire public relations gurus to let the world know about their unrivaled deal making prowess and gargantuan property portfolios. But what to do if you don’t have money for those pricey PR folks? Have no fear. I’ve put together a handy fill in the blank template that mirrors the current industry standard. Just rip it out, plug in the words à la Mad Libs and you’re in business.


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