Journalist María Matos was recently signed by Fotocasa as the real estate portal’s new Director of Studies and Spokesperson.
After having carried out her professional career in television, Matos will be the image and representation of the real estate portal Fotocasa before the media and events of the real estate sector.
Fotocasa announced Matos’ appointment on Monday as she joins the Marketing and Communication department of Adevinta Real Estate to develop the role of Director of Studies and Spokesperson for Fotocasa, a key position to continue positioning the portal as a benchmark in the media.
Matos is no stranger to the world of real estate and other pressing issues involving the industry as her work as a journalist addressing various issues related to the current economic and real estate issues has prepared her to the new challenge in her illustrious career.
She will be serving as a panelist in various activities of Fotocasa not only in interacting with the press but also in engaging in permanent dialogue with all agents that make up the real estate sector.
As the Director of Studies, Matos will also work on the development and analysis of the Fotocasa Real Estate Index, to continue providing all the information on price trends, both for sale and for rent, with the aim of creating collaboration synergies that implement the effectiveness of this instrument.
Likewise, the directorate will also pay special interest to the most representative aspects of the reports that are prepared from Fotocasa Research, a study area that offers the opportunity to assess the needs and demands of the real estate sector in a rigorous and reliable way.
“The integration of a journalist in the team will reinforce Fotocasa’s active collaboration with public and private entities, as well as with the various academic institutions linked to research and analysis of the real estate market,” the company statement added.
For her part, Matos confesses that she is passionate about communication and believes that, from the real estate sector, she can continue to offer the vocation of public service that led her to be a journalist, helping citizens to improve access to their homes as a fundamental right.