RISMEDIA, June 29, 2009-Cyberhomes.com, a leading consumer real estate portal, was selected as the Best Real Estate website by the National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE) in the organization’s 59th annual Real Estate Journalism Competition. The competition is judged by the journalism faculty of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University. The category in which Cyberhomes won first prize was Best Web Site Solely Devoted to Residential or Commercial Real Estate and/or Home Design.
“This site has excellent consumer coverage for buyers and sellers about every aspect of the home sale process,” said Holden Lewis, NAREE President and Bankrate.com Senior Reporter. “Moreover, it is well written, well designed and easy to navigate. If you’re looking for a house you should bookmark Cyberhomes, which is, in my opinion, more informative than its competitors. In addition to looking up home listings, you can get information about neighborhoods and schools, and the site’s blog is also useful.”
“Cyberhomes is very proud to have won this year’s NAREE award,” said Marty Frame, General Manager of Cyberhomes. “Receiving this recognition is a reflection of our commitment to the highest standards of excellence and to providing quality coverage of the important issues facing real estate consumers.”
NAREE’s Journalism Awards Program has recognized excellence in reporting, writing and editing since 1949. NAREE’s board of directors and committee chairs include writers and editors from the Washington Post Writers Group, Arizona Republic, New York Post, Philadelphia Inquirer, Bloomberg News, Fort Worth Star Telegram, Building Products Magazine, Bankrate.com, Los Angeles Times and Seattle Times.
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