Australia’s passion for property has inspired DiJones to launch a new weekly real estate magazine, highlighting a curated collection of properties from across its network in Sydney, the Central Coast, Southern Highlands and Illawarra.
DiJones CEO Dean Mackie said the magazine caters to a wide range of tastes and preferences, providing stunning properties and valuable insights.
“Whether our clients are dreaming of a luxurious penthouse with a view of the city skyline, a charming suburban haven surrounded by nature, or an idyllic apartment, our magazine is tailored to their needs.
“A sophisticated blend of automated integrations and AI resources combined with an empowered team of real estate professionals will provide the opportunity for us to deliver a fresh and relevant product each week.
“A collection of technologies have allowed the magazine to be seamlessly produced within the tight timeframe of five days which in the past would have been totally unachievable.”
Mr Mackie said DiJones DiGEST will also support our sales agents and investment managers to add an additional channel to market their clients’ properties, and most importantly, it is distributed to local businesses.
“Consumers will not only sit down, relax and review our listings but they also have the opportunity to view them digitally with the use of QR codes which lead back to our website and provides additional information in real time.
“Each weekly edition is a compilation of all our properties across NSW and thanks to our centralised database our clients can seamlessly transact anywhere in the state.
“We are putting the power in our agents hands to supply the community with something that educates and supports them on what is one of the most important decisions they can make.”
The magazine, printed on recyclable paper, is made from sustainably resourced materials.
DiJones was established in 1992 and operates market leading offices on Sydney’s Northern Suburbs, Upper North Shore, North Shore, Lower North Shore, Northern Beaches, Eastern Suburbs, Inner West, Hills District, Sutherland Shire as well as the Central Coast, Southern Highlands, and Illawarra.