The events of the past year have sparked more conversations about real estate than ever before. Why is everyone moving to the Carolina coast during a pandemic? What is the best way to purchase a home when the market is so hot? How long will the mortgage rates continue to stay historically low?
With so many questions surrounding our real estate market, Mount Pleasant Magazine has decided to join the conversation with a new podcast, VOICE for Real Estate. VOICEforRealEstate.com will include interviews with professionals who focus on buying, selling, building, financing and decorating coastal Carolina homes.
VOICE for Real Estate will help answer your real estate questions, give much-needed guidance throughout your real estate journey and provide plenty of free advice from coastal real estate professionals. VOICE for Real Estate is produced as a podcast and videocast, and its popularity will grow for many reasons, including our distribution efforts as part of the 50 billion podcasts being downloaded from Apple Podcast. VOICE for Real Estate will also be part of the Spotify network of podcasts which reaches 286 million monthly users. We also have a presence on YouTube, where the videocast will be part of the 5 billion videos watched on the platform every hour. Our presence on these active channels, paired with fresh, interesting and informative content surrounding the hot topic of real estate, will result in a significant number of new followers.
Just like our print and digital magazines and our other popular podcasts, www.MountPleasantPodcast.com, BestOfMPpodcast.com and CharlestonPETpodcast.com, VOICE for Real Estate will be a content-driven media outlet. It’s our content and the niche communities we serve that help us grow our media, and we are the only podcast that covers real estate along the Carolina coast. Watch or listen to learn more at VOICEforRealEstate.com.
To learn about being interviewed on www.VOICEforRealEstate.com, for sponsorship information of this podcast or if you would like your very own podcast, email [email protected], or call Bill Macchio at 843-345-7012.