Realestate.com.au is Australia’s No. 1 property site, with over 3 million people visiting the site each month*. 71% of people who visit realestate.com.au do not visit domain.com.au**. In fact, so many people use realestate.com.au that is has more unique visitors than the next 19 competitors combined***. Every month since October 2000 they’ve helped more people find a home than any other Australian site***. However to advertise on realestate.com.au you must be a licenced real estate agent or have one advertise on your behalf. That’s where For Sale For Lease comes in! We give you access to the web site exclusively available to real estate advertising agents at a fraction of the usual cost. We hold valid licences all over Australia and have the authority to advertise on realestate.com.au just as any other agency.
Domain.com.au is part of the Fairfax Media Network and is one of Australia’s leading destinations for property seekers. They provide tools and information for buyers, sellers and renters Australia wide – and a highly qualified audience for advertisers. With suburb specific details, a world-leading ‘radar’ search functionality, convenient home alerts, sold property listings, sales histories and Australia’s leading property search application on the iPhone, they provide the most informative and easiest search experience. Domain can be accessed on your mobile, at Domain.com.au and via their award winning app. Each month browsers to Domain.com.au conduct more than 228 million page impressions^. Domain is the exclusive provider of real estate content to the Yahoo!7 network and OptusZoo mobile network and has a joint online partnership with Telstra Media. Listing on Domain.com.au through For Sale For Lease incurs additional cost.
Homehound delivers features unique to online real estate websites. The site is popular for its ability to schedule open for inspections and auctions to a property seeker’s calendar, a recommendation engine that suggests properties similar to the one currently being viewed, being able to register for property email alerts, searching by street address, and being able to get inspiration from the site’s “home style” galleries^^. In terms of traffic trends, the average age of browsers is 39, with just over 74% being female. 93% of homehound.com.au’s property seekers are primarily looking for a property to rent or purchase, with the split between the two fairly even^^. Advertising with For Sale For Lease gives you an opportunity to list your property on this exclusive industry website.
Homesales.com.au the real estate arm of carsales.com Ltd launched in 2009 as a dedicated residential real estate site. Since then the site has grown to feature Australia–wide for sale, for rent and investment inventory. Homesales.com.au has always had a strong presence along the eastern seaboard although recently their popularity has risen in the Western Australian market, too^^. As one of the brands that form the carsales.com.au network, it has the credibility that gives consumers and agents brand confidence and the assurance they are dealing with a reputable business. That fact alone gives them an advantage over many of the new players in the online real estate space, as well as delivering direct access to the traffic that uses the carsales network of sites. Homesales.com.au’s most popular elements include its image preview tool on the search results page and the unique multiple suburb search, which allows consumers to move between their selected suburb lists with ease^^.
RealEstate1 Pty was established in late 2008 and includes Australia’s fastest growing independent real estate advertising websites www.realestate1.net.au & www.realestate1.net.au/commercial. With their own Real Estate Directory, individual real estate listings, intuitive search functionality, suburb specific details, email property alerts, and unlimited property listings with no “drop off” of agents properties, they provide alternative real estate websites for those looking for residential, business or commercial real estate as well as an alternative platform for agents Australia wide to list their properties. Designed to be simple, quick and easy to use with reliable and up to date information, they also provide the ability to quickly source listing information and to contact the appropriate real estate agent for more information with ease. Prominently ranked on all major search engines including Google, Yahoo and Bing!, their main aim is to have all real estate agents throughout Australia advertising their vendors properties on their site as well as being the place that browsers come to find real estate first, and to have browsers continually return to their sites when looking for real estate. Advertising with For Sale For Lease gives you an opportunity to list your property on this exclusive industry website.
Allhomes.com.au has a very strong following in ACT, NSW and TAS. Their web site is very easy to use and offers great functionality. In addition, allhomes.com.au recently announced their new iPhone app available for free to the general public. Advertising privately on allhomes.com.au can cost in the upwards of $1595 depending on the location of your property. However, if you list through For Sale For Lease, allhomes.com.au is included free of charge unless your residential property is located in the ACT.
Agents and consumers alike have commented on how they enjoy the “clever simplicity” of thehomepage.com.au. The minimalist design, quality of the listings, and the opportunity to upload videos are just a few of the much loved features of this website among both groups^^. The site’s approach to mobile technology also reflects user friendly simplicity. Thehomepage.com.au is built to work like an app with all of the good design cues you would usually find in apps features right on their website. Advertising with For Sale For Lease gives you an opportunity to list your property on this exclusive industry website^^.
Millionplus.com.au is the sister website of thehomepage.com.au and is dedicated to listing Australian properties valued in excess of $960,000. Their website is wholly designed in Flash which gives them a crisp and clean look. Millionplus.com.au also publish their Rich Pickings newsletter which features interesting articles and properties on the high end of the market.
For Sale For Lease is a rapidly growing website with a large clientele base. We can list your business, commercial property or residential home on the sites that you need to be seen. We are one of the few Real Estate agents in Australia that have a license in every state and territory and operate nationally. Through our marketing program we have sold nearly 1000 properties. This is a great way to market your business without paying brokerage fees or commission.
Watersidepropertysales.com.au provides a quality internet advertising medium for a niche market in properties for sale situated on or near water or waterfront property with waterviews, on mainland Australia, Tasmania and Islands surrounding our continent. Watersidepropertysales.com.au has been developed to address the deficiency in the market place for the cost and presentation of properties in geographic areas classed as having a waterside aspect and to make them more easily and quickly accessible to those buyers that want these properties.
Property.com.au, powered by Australia’s most popular real estate website realestate.com.au, now offers you a different way to search for property. It’s a fast and easy-to-use search engine for real estate that gives you the option to view properties on realestate.com.au and (in almost all cases) directly on the real estate agent’s website. This helps you get to the agent faster so you don’t miss out. Advertising with For Sale For Lease gives you an opportunity to list your property on this exclusive industry website.
* Nielsen Online Ratings, Domestic Audience, Jan – Mar 2012
** Nielsen Online Ratings, Domestic Audience, Feb 2012
*** This information is based on statistics from Nielsen Online for September 2009
^ Nielsen/Net Ratings MI, Domestic Brand Traffic, May 2010
^^ Real Estate Business, Dec/Jan 2011-12, Issue 6