Raleigh, North Carolina Dec 21, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – The ABAGALE TV Network (www.abagaletv.com) today announced that a new 24-hour real estate channel dedicated to Raleigh, NC will be launched shortly. We are very excited to have Raleigh as part of ABAGALE TV Network, stated Arnie Goldberg, ABAGALE Director of Channel Development. Raleigh is a great city, the City of Oaks and people worldwide will have an opportunity to see videos capturing the heart and soul of the Raleigh area.
The Raleigh Real Estate Channel will also be available on ROKU, YourHouseTV, and other digital streaming platforms and will reach over 65 million homes. Content will include videos of the best new and resale homes for sale in Raleigh as well as products and services of interest to home buyers and home sellers. Additional videos will feature schools, shopping, recreation, community events, and information about many community organizations.
Raleigh’s Real Estate Channel is owned and operated by Dave Park of Advantage Inspection. I’ve been around real estate for many years as a Home Inspector, Developer and Builder, added Dave Park and there’s never been anything quite like this available to home buyers, either locally or for people from other cities planning to locate here. By watching Raleigh’s own real estate channel, not only will they see some great homes showcased by the area’s best real estate professionals, but they will know what makes Raleigh such a great place to live, work and play.
The ABAGALE TV Network also features channels about Restaurants/Entertainment, ParaSports, Law, Casinos, Women’s Empowerment, Family Pets, Music, and the American Basketball Association (ABA) www.realabaleague.com, the largest professional sports league in the US.
For more information about how your company or organization can have its video shown on the Raleigh Real Estate Channel, contact Dave Park at (d) firstname.lastname@example.org or call 919.796.1141
Dave Park | YourHouseTV
4020 Wake Forest Road, Ste 300
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