FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 23, 2009
NOW introduces our new Open House Listings site, a comprehensive online resource for listing and finding open houses in the Greater Toronto Area.
At no cost, agents can post multiple listings, pictures and all pertinent details of each listing such as open house dates, price range of the home, area of the city, property type, bedrooms/bathrooms, lot size and square footage of the home and much more.
The site is easy for users to navigate and find open houses in their area, map the listing, find relevant details, contact the listing agent and more.
With a single issue of NOW reaching 371,000* readers per week and (181,000+/- average unique Canadian visitors per month**) to nowtoronto.com, traffic is expected to be very high.
*Source: PMB FALL 2009, National 12+ | **Source: Comscore/Media Metrix April 2009
Toronto’s independent weekly — NOW Magazine — was launched Thursday, September 10, 1981, as the city’s alternative voice. After starting with just five staff members, founding owner/operators Michael Hollett and Alice Klein have seen the weekly grow to become a key cultural and political voice in Toronto — and Canada — with more than 100 employees.
Klein (Editor/CEO) and Hollett (Editor/Publisher) are active participants in a team that features many of Canada’s leading critics and writers as well as fresh new voices just beginning to establish their own audiences. The weekly delivers an essential print package — echoed online — that includes a hard-hitting and progressive news section and intelligent and fresh cultural reporting that often introduces new artists and acts to its readers, as well as the city’s most extensive activity listings.
NOW is published every Thursday (though available at key downtown locations and in street boxes Wednesday nights) and distributed at over 3,700 locations in the Greater Toronto Area. Hollett and Klein are also founding partners in the North By Northeast Music Festival And Industry Conference (NXNE), of which NOW Magazine is a key sponsor.
For more information please call 416-364-1433 or email classifieds (at) nowtoronto.com.