Part of our mission in the Real Estate section is to offer you advice on how you can spruce up your home. Now we’re looking for your advice on how we can spruce up our print and online editions.
In the fall, we hope to introduce some new features and subtle changes to the Saturday Real Estate print section, online edition (www.washingtonpost.com/realestate) and Where We Live blog (www.washingtonpost.come/wherewelive). Our aim is to make them useful and relevant to readers.
We want to design the changes around what you want. So we’d like to hear from you. Tell us about yourself and how you use our Real Estate offerings. Tell us what you like, what you don’t like and the kind of information you’d like to see that could enhance your experience as a homeowner, home buyer or home seller.
What do you think of our cover stories? Are they interesting or are there other topics you’d prefer to read about? What do you think of the Where We Live neighborhood profiles and columnists? Do the neighborhood profiles provide the right mix of information you need as you search for a home? Are the columnists engaging or boring? Where does the section fall down?
We’re particularly interested in your experience with the online Real Estate edition. Do you use the listing search feature at the top of the page? Is it helpful? Is it clunky? How does it compare to other online listing services? What do you think of the online tools? Do you like the layout of the page or is it hard to find what you’re looking for?
Would you like to see more online chats?
We also want to know your thoughts about the Where We Live blog. What are your favorite and least favorite features? Do you want to see more or less breaking news? What do you think about our lineup of bloggers?
Please share your thoughts and ideas with us in the comments section below or e-mail us at email@example.com. You can e-mail me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stay tuned as we roll out our improvements.
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