UNIQUE HOMES WINS NATIONAL JOURNALISM AWARD
Princeton, NEW JERSEY (June 17, 2013) – Unique Homes Magazine, the multi-media authority on luxury real estate, today announced that it has received top news reporting honors from the National Association of Real Estate Editors (NAREE) for Best Residential, Mortgage or Financial Real Estate Report in a Magazine. The 63rd Annual Journalism Awards, which recognize excellence in commercial and residential real estate reporting, writing and editing, were announced at NAREE’s 47th Annual Real Estate Journalism Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia.
Award winners in 25 categories were selected by a panel of expert judges from the E. W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.
Writer Camilla McLaughlin received a Gold Award in the national competition for her report for Unique Homes examining the rapid pace of wealth creation in Asia and its influence on the global luxury residential real estate market. The final installment in Unique Home’s 2012 International Impact series, “Asia: The Pivotal Puzzle Piece” touches on everything from the number of billionaires to the effect of government regulations in the region and property opportunities in China, Thailand, Hong Kong, Singapore, Taiwan and South Korea. Judges noted McLaughlin’s work “was a comprehensive and interesting look at something in the real estate area that most Americans probably know little about.”
“We are honored to be recognized by NAREE for our news reporting among other estimable top winners this year that include The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Inman News,” said Rick Goodwin, publisher of Unique Homes. “This accomplishment speaks to our commitment to delivering comprehensive news coverage to our readers — luxury home buyers and sellers around the world. High-quality content is one of the services and tools across our multi-media platforms that we offer to connect our affluent readership to high-end agents and the properties they feature in Unique Homes.
The Annual NAREE Journalism competition, now in its sixth decade, recognizes leading journalists from daily metropolitan newspapers; commercial real estate publications; weekly business newspapers; mortgage publications; trade, shelter, business and personal finance magazines; wire services; and broadcast and online news outlets.