Lukas Matheson, president of Select Real Estate, hosts Black Press Media’s Impress Real Estate TV, a new video series from Black Press Media and the Chilliwack Progress.

Watch Impress Real Estate TV and learn tips and tricks from the experts

Fraser Valley residents now have a new way to learn about real estate sales and marketing through Black Press Media’s Impress Real Estate TV, a new video series from Black Press Media and the Chilliwack Progress.

The year-long series will be hosted by Lukas Matheson, president of Select Real Estate.

“We’ll be introducing our realtors, looking at the market, giving you selling tips and tricks, and you’ll get to know just a little bit about what makes Select Real Estate tick,” Matheson says.

“We’re proud to host this channel over the next 12 months.”

“Our realtors are excited to help you navigate the ever-changing world of real estate in the Fraser Valley,” Matheson says.

Impress Real Estate TV is part of Black Press Media’s Impress TV network, which offers marketers exclusive category-specific exposure in custom-produced video segments.

The concept behind Black Press Impress TV is simple: marketers can select to sponsor a specific category, such as Real Estate, Health & Wellness or other category.

Black Press Media owns and operates more than 80 news websites in B.C., Yukon and Alberta, with 185 journalists working to attract more than 3.3 million users per month.

“There’s a huge demand for video content, and we’re excited to see Impress TV growing so quickly,’’ says Andrew Franklin, vice-president of Black Press Media’s Online Operations in Canada. “We plan to expand it across our entire network in the coming year.”

In addition to the Upper Fraser Valley’s Real Estate TV, channels featuring real estate, pets, home renovation, health care services and more have been set up in communities across the province, with more and more cities coming online.

For more information on other sponsored video opportunities in the Chilliwack area, email Tara Fanzega at tara.fanzega@theprogress.com

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