Real Estate Maui Now Launches Print Edition
KAHULUI, Maui -- The first edition of Real Estate Maui Now hit news stands this week, featuring listings from across the island, and a unique approach to the market on Maui.
The free publication is available at more than 150 brochure kiosks across the island from the Shops at Wailea in South Maui to Whaler’s Village in Ka’anaplai.
“It is part of a multi-media approach to the real estate market that mixes the traditional media of print with the interactive support of a website, and the fingertip convenience of mobile texting for instant access to information,” said Chuck Bergson, president and CEO of Pacific Media Group, the company that owns and operates Real Estate Maui Now.
In addition to property listings, the Real Estate Maui Now publication and supporting website at www.RealEstate.MauiNow.comalso provide information on Maui neighborhoods, local market research, real time mortgage information, rate quotes, home evaluations, daily open house schedules, and feature local industry experts on stand-by to answer the public’s questions, plus provide tips and advice.
The magazine’s text component allows potential buyers to preview advertised properties through the comfort of their mobile phone, take virtual tours, and have information sent directly to them on demand.
“The result is Maui’s most comprehensive and interactive real estate resource connecting buyers and homeowners with top Realtors, Lenders, and industry professionals,” said Amy Webb, sales and marketing professional with Real Estate Maui Now.
Pacific Media Group is home to 14 radio stations that cover Maui, the Big Island of Hawai’i, and the world via its online streaming feeds.
On Maui, PMG operates KPOA FM (93.5 East Maui, 92.9 West Maui), Da Jam 98.3 (KJMD 98.3 East Maui, 107.3 West Maui), 99.9 Kiss FM (KJKS 99.9 East Maui, 99.3 West Maui), Native 92.5 (KLHI FM), ESPN 550 (KMVI AM), AM 900 KNUI,mauinow.com, and Real Estate Maui Now.
Submitted by PMG News
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