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Get a plus by advertising in The Hindu Property Plus

A property ad serves the purpose of someone who wants to buy, lease, rent or sell any kind of real estate. Today, one of the most cost-effective English broadsheet daily newspapers is The Hindu which started as a weekly in 1878 before becoming a daily in 1889 in old Madras, now Chennai. 

Besides Chennai, The Hindu now publishes editions from in eight states of India in 19 other centres -- Coimbatore, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Madurai, Noida, Visakhapatnam, Thiruvananthapuram, Kochi, Vijayawada, Mangaluru, Tiruchirappalli, Kolkata, Hubli, Mohali, Allahabad, Malappuram, Lucknow, Anantpur and Nellore. These editions provide a combined circulation of 14,66,304 copies and a readership of about 40.6 lakh as has been certified by the Audit Bureau of Circulation and Indian Readership Survey, respectively. 

The Hindu Property Plus ads: Every Saturday The Hindu carries a free supplement pull-out Property Plus which carries the latest news, reports, articles, opinions and reviews along with special columns on developments in the property sector in various cities. It thus provides valid answers to specific questions on transferring, purchasing or selling property. Most important, it carries ads for every kind of real estate transaction -- buy, rent, lease or sell. 

Besides its classified text and classified display ads, The Hindu property display advertisements make a big splash in their respective locations.

However, since every edition as a different rate, the advertiser is best off getting in instant touch with the online advertising facility Myadvtcorner and get the best deals for the required property advertisement. The media team of this facility provides free advice about the latest rates, terms and conditions of The Hindu Property. Given reasonable notice, it can arrange for the timely publication of the ad or ads in the right editions. It can negotiate the combined rate discounts if the same ad in the same size is carried in more than one edition (for example, Chennai + Bengaluru).