We are delighted to assist the Washington Post in their efforts to create useful and necessary tools for anyone interested in Washington DC Real Estate
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Emeryville (PRWEB) February 12, 2009
HomeGain, Inc. today announced that HomeGain's instant home valuation tool is now available on washingtonpost.com.
HomeGain's instant home valuation tool allows visitors to the newly re launched real estate section of washingtonpost.com to receive an instant free home valuation estimate along with information on recent home sales and comparable home data.
"We are delighted to assist the Washington Post in their efforts to create useful and necessary tools for anyone interested in Washington DC Real Estate" said Louis Cammarosano General Manager of HomeGain.
To visit The Washington Post's real estate section, go to http://www.washingtonpost.com/realestate
HomeGain®, the first website created to help homeowners find out what their home is worth instantly is a leading provider of online marketing solutions that connect real estate agents and brokers with home buyers and sellers. HomeGain offers free services to find and compare real estate agents, research home values, and view homes for sale. REALTORS® use HomeGain's real estate marketing programs, products and tools to connect to consumers, promote their services and grow their business. A subsidiary of Classified Ventures, HomeGain.com receives an average of over five million web visits per month, ranking it in the top 10 real estate websites worldwide since 1999.
About Classified Ventures:
Classified Ventures™ is a strategic joint venture among five media companies, including Belo Corp. (NYSE:BLC), Gannett Co. Inc. (NYSE:GCI), The McClatchy Co. (NYSE:MNI), Tribune Co. (NYSE:TRB) and The Washington Post Co. (NYSE:WPO), whose objectives are to collectively capitalize on the revenue growth in the online advertising categories of automotive, real estate and rentals. To execute on its objectives, Classified Ventures operates the leading businesses -- Apartments.com, Cars.com and Classified Ventures Real Estate.