The Argus launches new Property supplement

The Argus: The Argus launch new Property supplement The Argus launch new Property supplement

The Argus has today launched a new Property supplement.

As the only daily newspaper in the area we have felt for a while that something was missing - a platform not only for advertisers but also for readers.

And we hope we have put that right with the launch of Property – free with The Argus today.

It has dozens of different types of properties to view – captured in detail on broadsheet pages.

We chose broadsheet because it gives us the space to highlight all the qualities of the properties themselves and to showcase them in the detail readers and potential buyers want.

We were also determined that as well as being a supplement for properties it would also include local and national related news, area features and guest columnists and opinions from experts within the industry.

An active property market is important to the local economy and now, at the start of 2014, there is a genuine sense of recovery in the housing market that is stimulating other parts of the economy.

We hope that Property will play an important part in that – helping to keep the market active.

Don’t miss Property every Friday in The Argus.

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8:57am Fri 17 Jan 14

RottingdeanRant says...

Will anyone really wait for a paper to see what property is available? I always search online.
Will anyone really wait for a paper to see what property is available? I always search online. RottingdeanRant

9:28am Fri 17 Jan 14

brightonline says...

Give it a couple of weeks and it will quietly disappear - like the Leader has. Spend some money on cleaning up this godawful website instead!
Give it a couple of weeks and it will quietly disappear - like the Leader has. Spend some money on cleaning up this godawful website instead! brightonline

9:40am Fri 17 Jan 14

Hove Actually says...

As the only daily newspaper in the area we have felt for a while that something was missing.............
................
Pity you don't get hold of a copy of the Worthing Herald and see what a "real local paper" is all about.
I would not buy a copy of the argus even if it was tuppence and don't bother reading a discarded copy if I have the misfortune to come across one
As the only daily newspaper in the area we have felt for a while that something was missing............. ................ Pity you don't get hold of a copy of the Worthing Herald and see what a "real local paper" is all about. I would not buy a copy of the argus even if it was tuppence and don't bother reading a discarded copy if I have the misfortune to come across one Hove Actually

10:33am Fri 17 Jan 14

rogerthefish says...

That latest homes is good and it's free
That latest homes is good and it's free rogerthefish

10:52am Fri 17 Jan 14

kkj says...

What happened to the old property supplement?

Don't you mean 'The Argus launches..." ?
What happened to the old property supplement? Don't you mean 'The Argus launches..." ? kkj

12:28pm Fri 17 Jan 14

a person says...

The Leader has not disappeared ,
it is still delivered every week.
I think a property supplement is a good idea .
Not everybody has a reliable internet service.
The Leader has not disappeared , it is still delivered every week. I think a property supplement is a good idea . Not everybody has a reliable internet service. a person

2:02pm Fri 17 Jan 14

All 9 of me says...

Hove Actually wrote:
As the only daily newspaper in the area we have felt for a while that something was missing.............

................
Pity you don't get hold of a copy of the Worthing Herald and see what a "real local paper" is all about.
I would not buy a copy of the argus even if it was tuppence and don't bother reading a discarded copy if I have the misfortune to come across one
But you'll quite happily come on here, read every article, and then moan about how bad it is.....
[quote][p][bold]Hove Actually[/bold] wrote: As the only daily newspaper in the area we have felt for a while that something was missing............. ................ Pity you don't get hold of a copy of the Worthing Herald and see what a "real local paper" is all about. I would not buy a copy of the argus even if it was tuppence and don't bother reading a discarded copy if I have the misfortune to come across one[/p][/quote]But you'll quite happily come on here, read every article, and then moan about how bad it is..... All 9 of me

2:31pm Fri 17 Jan 14

brightonline says...

a person wrote:
The Leader has not disappeared ,
it is still delivered every week.
I think a property supplement is a good idea .
Not everybody has a reliable internet service.
Not seen a Leader round our way for months now........
[quote][p][bold]a person[/bold] wrote: The Leader has not disappeared , it is still delivered every week. I think a property supplement is a good idea . Not everybody has a reliable internet service.[/p][/quote]Not seen a Leader round our way for months now........ brightonline

6:16pm Fri 17 Jan 14

Valerie Paynter says...

Presumably the Property supplement is ONLY going to be available within the print edition. It is a useful addition to existing sources. Not everyone is online. Not everyone lives within collection of a Latest Homes point either. And the Property supp isn't exactly new is it?
Presumably the Property supplement is ONLY going to be available within the print edition. It is a useful addition to existing sources. Not everyone is online. Not everyone lives within collection of a Latest Homes point either. And the Property supp isn't exactly new is it? Valerie Paynter

6:29pm Fri 17 Jan 14

Boloney-marshal says...

Will this new property addition to the Argus, or, let's praise un inspirational football to the heights and the world accordion to whinging of Brighton and Hove residents survive when interest rates inevitably have to rise and yet another housing bubble ensues the country?
Will this new property addition to the Argus, or, let's praise un inspirational football to the heights and the world accordion to whinging of Brighton and Hove residents survive when interest rates inevitably have to rise and yet another housing bubble ensues the country? Boloney-marshal

9:20pm Fri 17 Jan 14

worthingite says...

I think the local Estate Agents have not forgiven you after the paper stitched them all up a few years ago losing ALL of them in one go!!!!
I think the local Estate Agents have not forgiven you after the paper stitched them all up a few years ago losing ALL of them in one go!!!! worthingite

1:51am Sun 19 Jan 14

Roundbill says...

Oh leave them alone, everyone: if they want to get estate agents and letting agents to fund this online virtual day centre for the emotionally unsettled (within which definition I wholeheartedly include myself) then let them! It's about time the b@st@rd landlords gave something back to Brighton.
Oh leave them alone, everyone: if they want to get estate agents and letting agents to fund this online virtual day centre for the emotionally unsettled (within which definition I wholeheartedly include myself) then let them! It's about time the b@st@rd landlords gave something back to Brighton. Roundbill

10:42pm Sun 19 Jan 14

Ambo Guy says...

Will it be better than Rightmove? Nope thought not.
Will it be better than Rightmove? Nope thought not. Ambo Guy

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