RISMEDIA, Jan. 9, 2007-Dominion Enterprises, a leading media and information services company, has acquired Pullan Communications, Los Angeles, California, for an undisclosed cash purchase price.
With nearly 6,000 customers, Pullan Communications is a leader in real estate marketing solutions and provides Web site development and e-mail marketing services to real estate professionals nationwide, with particular strengths in California and Hawaii. The company has annual revenue of approximately $2.3 million.
"The acquisition of Pullan Communications is a further step in Dominion's ongoing strategy to build our offering of real estate marketing services," said Peter Ill, senior vice president and general manager of Dominion's Internet real estate properties. "With this acquisition, we now provide print and Internet advertising and marketing services to over
150,000 real estate customers nationwide."
The acquisition follows Dominion's purchase of Advanced Access, Anaheim, California, in September 2006, and strengthens the company's leadership in Web services and classified advertising for the real estate industry. With the addition of Pullan's online e-mail marketing systems and lead generation solutions, Dominion will provide one of the most comprehensive offerings of Internet tools for real estate professionals.
Dominion's portfolio of real estate solutions currently includes: Homes.com, a homes-for-sale portal and Web services provider; Advanced Access, a leading provider of Web design, Internet marketing and hosting services for real estate professionals; Best Image Marketing/NUMBER1EXPERT, the premier provider of Internet marketing services to top-producing real estate agents; Katabat, a leading Web site and lead management provider for brokers; and HarmonHomes.com. Dominion Enterprises is also the largest
publisher of free distribution residential real estate magazines including Harmon Homes, Home Solutions, New Homes & Living, and Distinctive Homes.
President of Pullan Communications Terry Pullan, who founded the company with his wife Andrea in 2001, will continue with Dominion as general manager of the business.
"Since our inception, we have looked for innovative ways to help the real estate professional improve business practices and utilize the Internet to connect with their customers," said Pullan. "I am pleased to be continuing on this mission as part of a much larger total offering through Dominion Enterprises."