With REBNY deal, NYT stakes claim on resi listings space Paper will stop charging firms to post listings
All the news that s fit to print, maybe so. But for years now, the New York Times has not been the place to find all the homes that are fit to buy or rent.
Now, the Gray Lady is having another go at it. In an effort to bulk up its listings data, the Times said Monday that it would stop charging brokers in New York City to post exclusives. Instead, it will take the Real Estate Board of New York’s new syndicated feed in the hopes that doing so will drive web traffic and ad revenue.
We were the only game in town that remained as a paid listings model,” said Andy Wright, senior vice president of advertising for the newspaper. “We felt as though, strategically, it made a lot more sense for us to go free.”
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