Frequently Asked Questions
It’s not a problem - simply don’t include it.
With decades' of experience in the property market we understand, and respect, the importance of confidentiality. Realiser will still produce a story for you without any sensitive content. We also appreciate that you might not want to reveal the details of a transaction to us. In that case, you can edit the final Word document yourself, adding the details to the finished document, before publishing it.
However, if you intend to use the document as a news release, be aware that journalists and publishers are not keen on stories that simply say "A building somewhere has been let or sold." They want to know who the property has been taken by, who the vendor or lessor is, how big the property is and how much is being paid.
That doesn’t mean that you can’t use the story (without any sensitive information) on your own website or on social media though (we've even written a blog with a few ideas for you: 'Using commercial property news stories to drive traffic to your website'.
The cost of using Realiser, on an ad hoc basis, is £45.00 per news release.
Payment is required in advance and is made at the time of submission via PayPal.
Registered users can benefit from bulk purchases at a discounted rate. Contact us for further information.
The news releases generated by Realiser are supplied as Microsoft Word documents which make them suitable for distribution to the media. Because they are supplied as Word Documents, they can easily be edited further by yourself, to give additional detail and information about a transaction should you or your client wish.
You may also want to adapt the news release into a blog article, used within a newsletter or as content to be distributed via social media platforms, such as LinkedIn.
The idea behind realiser is to make the generation for news stories as easy and efficient as possible so that you can get on with the more important things in your day.
Most of the national commercial property publications and websites in the UK have deal sections or databases that will publish details of transactions. Local and regional press may also be interested in running the story, particularly if it is significant to the business community in the area that the publication covers.
Publishing a news story on your own website and then distributing links to it via social media platforms, like LinkedIn and Twitter, is a great way to attract visitors to your website where they can learn more about your business, market knowledge and the properties that you are involved with; helping to generate new business opportunities. For more ideas on this, please see our blog article: 'Social media and the promotion of commercial property businesses.'