Reddit to ‘bring real estate to every corner of the globe’
On April 12, Reddit announced plans to bring real estate from around the world to its site.
But the real estate is still a bit of a mess, and it remains unclear how the site will work with the rapidly expanding platform.
The company says it will be making some of its real estate resources available for “advertisers” to use.
But Reddit’s real estate division still has to work through its first batch of ads on its front page.
In a statement, the company said: “We want to help advertisers understand our site, the properties that we sell, and their potential for engagement.
But as soon as we begin offering ad inventory to advertisers, it will take a few weeks to complete.”
We spoke with real estate broker and editor-in-chief David J. Bernstein about the challenges of bringing real estate into Reddit.
We will keep updating this article as we learn more.
Reddit’s first ad inventory is set to be up sometime in the middle of this week, but there’s no word yet when those ads will appear.
If you’re interested in real estate for your own business or your own home, you should check out this post from a real estate agent, which will give you some guidance on how to find and book the best real estate agents for your area.
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