Fresh off the launch of its new-look news site, realestate.com.au has announced an exciting six episode content series with Three Birds Renovations, a trio of Sydney women renowned for their stunning renovation makeovers.
Best friends and busy mums, Bonnie, Erin and Lana, walked away from their corporate careers in 2014 to build a more fulfilling life and pursue their passion for renovating. Together they founded Three Birds Renovations and in the last 24 months they have renovated four properties, each taking around six weeks to complete.
The six-part series, launching on Monday 29 August, will follow the journey of their latest renovation of a typical fibro three-bedder in the ‘burbs. They’ll showcase how to find the perfect property and what it takes to turn a knock-down-rebuild-candidate into a beautiful family home in just 40 days.
They’ll leave no stone unturned in re-designing every inch of the suburban home, including amazing kitchen and bathroom transformations along with the organised chaos of personally styling the home for sale in just a few days. The video content will be supported with articles, images and galleries on realestate.com.au.
Libby Minogue, executive general manager – media & marketing commented, “Since the launch of our new-look News site, we’re more primed than ever to deliver video content that inspires, entertains and delights.
“As 20 per cent of our 5.94 million unique audience1 come to us seeking information and entertainment2, we’re absolutely thrilled to have Bonnie, Erin and Lana on board to produce this six part video series for realestate.com.au.
“The Three Birds are renovation experts and will demystify some of the common questions and concerns people have around renovating, giving them the confidence to take the first step in realising their property makeover dreams.”
Lana Taylor from Three Birds Renovations commented, “We couldn’t be prouder to be partnering with realestate.com.au. Since our business began, we’ve relied on their website and app to find our next reno project and now, to be sharing our experiences with their huge audience is surreal and quite humbling.