TransMedia Group said it was retained to show how HomeNinja is an innovative buyer to seller, seller to buyer app that gives both a chance to test the market and conduct a transaction without paying a real estate broker’s commission.
“Our publicity will show how HomeNinja co-founders Michael Oshins and Larry Post designed their ingenious APP to eliminate the middleman in real estate transactions, the Realtor, by providing a platform that all potential homeowners can download to make purchasing and selling property effortless and less expensive by avoiding commissions,” said TransMedia Group CEO Tom Madden.
Transmedia Group has decades of experience in the real estate business representing home builders and Realtors and working with writers and producers in the genre nationwide.
“We see the benefits of HomeNinja to buyers and sellers,” said TransMedia Group CEO Tom Madden, who has himself has bought and sold millions of dollars worth of commercial and residential properties.
“As someone with many years of experience as a Realtor, I see HomeNinja as disruptively innovative and in the forefront of how the market is changing, thanks to digital and DIY,” said Madden.
TransMedia Group will alert real estate writers and journalists and lifestyle producers and hosts how effectively HomeNinja allows buyers and sellers to communicate directly, personalizing the transactional process.
The app is the brainchild of two successful east and west coast entrepreneurs about whom TransMedia Group will center their business and entrepreneur media pitch angles. The award-winning PR firm also will show that HomeNinja has adopted the best app practices, combining the best engineers and iOS developers to make the mobile application possible.
“Our publicity will emphasize HomeNinja’s role in lowering the cost of selling or purchasing the perfect home. The money spent on commissions could be the difference between buying your home in a better school zone, increasing your square footage, or even renovating it,” said Madden.
“HomeNinja not only helps potential homeowners but is enjoyable for consumers to scroll through looking at homes for sale in their neighborhood,” said Madden.
“People will love the individuality and personalization the app brings to the market while it enables them to save more money and gain more control over their buying or selling homes.”
SOURCE TransMedia Group and Home Ninja
Edited by Gordana Davila
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