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Homescape Announces 8 Inside Bay Area Network Newspapers Join Platform

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RISMEDIA, Feb. 29, 2008-Homescape, a local source for comprehensive real estate listings and rich content online, announced that five additional newspapers have launched their real estate channels on the Homescape platform. All five newspapers, as well as an additional three newspapers slated to launch on Homescape this quarter, are owned by MediaNews Group and are part of the Inside Bay Area Network of newspapers which serve Northern California.

“We welcome these additional Northern California MediaNews Group newspapers into the Homescape family,” said Tim Fagan, President of Classified Ventures Real Estate. “Their addition to our platform validates the continued progression of Homescape as the go-to resource for consumers and real estate professionals on both a local and national level.”

“We are very pleased to have our Bay Area Web sites all powered by Homescape,” said Regan Senkarik, VP, Interactive Bay Area News Group. “Homescape has had a long-standing relationship with MercuryNews.com and ContraCostaTimes.com, and we were excited to add these additional newspapers to our partnership. As we combine our local strength and trusted reputation as a news leader with Homescape’s national branding solution in real estate, we can better serve our audience with the on-demand tools and services they need.”

The Oakland Tribune, Daily Review, Tri-Valley Herald, The Argus and the San Mateo County Times launched their online real estate channels on Homescape this month. The Vacaville Reporter, Vallejo Times Herald and Santa Cruz Sentinel are also committed to launch on Homescape this quarter.

According to the company, the Homescape Web site provides consumers across America access to more than 3.5 million homes for sale and over ten million active property photos, simplifying the home search for buyers by allowing them to find resale, new construction, newspaper classifieds and open house properties through one easy search. The site also provides advertising opportunities with priority placement and unlimited photos for real estate professionals, while driving engaged consumer traffic directly to their listings.

For more information, visit http://www.homescape.com.

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