More NewsHomes.com in Classifieds Deal with Yahoo!

Homes.com in Classifieds Deal with Yahoo!

Tallahassee, FL-based Homes & Land Publishing, which puts out Homes & Land Magazine, Rental Guide, Home Guide and Estates and Homes, signed a deal with Yahoo Classifieds.

The electronic version of Homes & Land Magazine, homes.com, a real estate-related Internet site, will list all its property ads within the Yahoo Classifieds real estate area. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

homes.com normally carries more than 300,000 property listings plus other real estate-related services, including Realtor home pages, mortgage information, relocation services, school reports, localized community content, and home redecoration/renovation tips.

The recently overhauled site claims 20,000-plus visitors a day.

Said Jay Westmark, vice president of electronic commerce for homes.com and Homes & Land Publishing Ltd.: “Working with Yahoo allows us to raise visibility for Homes & Land’s content and reach millions of new users.”

Homes & Land currently prints 254 magazines covering more than 15,000 communities nationwide, with a monthly circulation of over 5 million.

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