Real Estate Journalists and Reporters

Real Estate Journalists

184 Real Estate journalists from top media outlets.

We at Jona have put together the Real Estate media list of 184 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Real Estate reporters every quarter.

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Veronica Grecu

Twitter
Multi-Housing News
Recent Articles

Veronica Grecu is an online real estate journalist, copywriter and blogger who has a passion for social media, believes in the rebirth of Detroit and loves coffee, cheesecake and everything Depeche Mode.

LinkedIn

Tom Daykin

Twitter
The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Recent Articles

Tom Daykin covers commercial real estate and development.

LinkedIn

Tanay Warerkar

Twitter
Curbed
Recent Articles

Tanay writes about architecture and real estate for Curbed NY and is based out of Vox Media's New York office.

LinkedIn

Shonda Novak

Twitter
American-Statesman
Recent Articles

Shonda Novak has covered residential and commercial real estate for the Austin American-Statesman for the past 12 years. Her beat includes the housing, retail, office, apartment and hotel markets in Central Texas, along with downtown’s high-rise residential building boom of the past decade and the region’s overall growth and development. A University of Texas graduate and Houston native, Novak has covered a variety of beats in her 30-year journalism career at newspapers including the Albuquerque Tribune, the Santa Fe New Mexican and the Beaumont Enterprise.

LinkedIn

Clare Trapasso

Twitter
realtor.com
Recent Articles

Senior news editor of http://realtor.com ® covering real estate. Former finance & NY Daily News writer. Dog, food & karaoke lover. RTs aren't endorsements.

LinkedIn

Kim Velsey

Twitter
New York Observer
Recent Articles

Senior editor at the New York Observer. I cover development, residential real estate, housing policy and urban planning.

LinkedIn

Mike Rosenberg

Twitter
The Seattle Times
Recent Articles

Seattle Times reporter covering housing and real estate. Formerly at San Jose Mercury News. Also tweeting on data analysis, sports and journalism.

LinkedIn

Samantha Sharf

Twitter
Forbes
Recent Articles

I am a staff writer covering real estate. Come for the outrageous homes, stay for the insights on what gets built and why. Previously I wrote about the future of money including fintech, Millennials and the economy at large, as well as news from the markets.

LinkedIn

Lauren Thomas

Twitter
CNBC
Recent Articles

Lauren Thomas is a reporter for CNBC in New York covering retail and retail real estate. She joined in 2017 after graduating from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she studied business journalism and Spanish. Thomas previously held internships at CNBC in San Francisco and Bloomberg. She was born in South Carolina and is the oldest of five kids.

LinkedIn

Steve Adams

Twitter
Commercial Record
Recent Articles

Associate editor and commercial real estate reporter

LinkedIn

Sara Freund

Twitter
Curbed
Recent Articles

Sara Freund is Curbed Chicago's editor. In this role, Sara writes about architecture, transportation, real estate, design, housing, and developments.

LinkedIn

Stephanie Vozza

Twitter
Fast Company
Recent Articles

I cover productivity and careers for @FastCompany , and I write about personal finance.

LinkedIn

Roland Li

Twitter
The Business Times
Recent Articles

Roland Li covers real estate and economic development

LinkedIn

Rob Roberts

Twitter
The Business Journals
Recent Articles

Rob reports on real estate and development.

LinkedIn

EB Solomont

Twitter
The Real Deal
Recent Articles

Residential real estate reporter at The Real Deal.

LinkedIn

Lily Katz

Twitter
Bloomberg News
Recent Articles

Reporter @Bloomberg covering stocks and fintech and real estate and stuff. All opinions are my own.

LinkedIn

Steve Brown

Twitter
The Dallas Morning News
Recent Articles

Real estate editor of The Dallas Morning News.

LinkedIn

Chris Wille

Twitter
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Recent Articles

Real Estate Editor at Sarasota Herald-Tribune.

LinkedIn

Jenny Xie

Twitter
Curbed
Recent Articles

News Editor at Curbed. I’m a writer and editor who’s quick to grasp new digital platforms. My current work focuses on design, lifestyle, real estate, and urbanism.

LinkedIn

Steve Cuozzo

Twitter
The New York Post
Recent Articles

New York Post restaurant critic, commercial real estate columnist and op-ed contributor.

LinkedIn
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