Williamson County brings a new addition to the Community with the WCREALTORS announcing a new partnership with the Austin Relocation Guide.
The Williamson County Association of REALTORS® is thrilled to announce their partnership with the Austin Relocation Guide (ARG) to produce the first Williamson County Newcomer and Relocation Guide. This annual publication will cover all cities in Williamson County and explore our diverse and growing community.
With the help of WCLife this new guide will highlight and promote the benefits of living in Williamson County. The first issue is scheduled to be published in August of this year.
This comprehensive resource will help inform and assist families and individuals throughout the decision making and moving process. From choosing which city to finding a realtor choosing a new school and other essential moving services the Williamson County Relocation Guide will be THE source for all things Williamson County! In connection with the www.wclife.org website the Williamson County Relocation Guide will reach far beyond print distribution. Communities businesses and individuals will be able to access the digital version online providing additional information a business directory calendar of events and more!
Space reservations are now being made with premium positions fill up fast. To secure your spot or to get additional information please contact Robert at firstname.lastname@example.org. Limited spots are still available. Don’t miss out on the inaugural issue.
As a Special incentive for WCREALTOR members all members who sign up early will receive additional free advertising opportunities on the WCLife website.
More information will continue to be shared throughout the next several months regarding this exciting new project.
“The Mission of the Williamson County Association of REALTORS® is to help its members meet present and future real estate challenges in Williamson County to enhance and promote REALTOR® members’ professionalism to encourage member involvement in the various communities of Williamson County and to provide quality services for its members.”