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New real estate website launched

TRISTAN Media Efective (TME), a Bratislava-based publishing and communications company and member of the Tristan Group, has launched EUnovostavby.sk, an online version of its monthly real estate magazine, the SITA newswire wrote.

TRISTAN Media Efective (TME), a Bratislava-based publishing and communications company and member of the Tristan Group, has launched EUnovostavby.sk, an online version of its monthly real estate magazine, the SITA newswire wrote.

TME aims to make the website the most popular Slovak-language website of its kind by the end of next year.

Juraj Lím, head of TME, said that the website provides information on a wide range of housing issue, including development, properties, architecture, and design.

He also confirmed that the company is planning an English version of the website at www.HOTproperty.sk.

Topic: Real Estate


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