A Southern California newsgroup reporter and graphic artist won four awards at this year’s National Association of Real Estate Editors journalism competitions, the business news organization announced at its annual conference in Atlanta this month.
Housing and real estate writer Jeff Collins won first, second and third place for articles on residential real estate.
He won first prize for his story.Developers point different directions for global warmingin the Best Residential Real Estate Story category.” He won the 2nd prize for his story.Rental assistance deadlock angers tenants, landlords” in the Best Research Report or Series category.
In addition, he won the 3rd place in the best collection category for individuals covering residential real estate.
SCNG data reporter Nikie Johnson said,California Report Card: Housing Hole Deepens in Statewas named in the Best Multiplatform Packages category. Collins and graphics his artists Jeffrey Gertzen and Kurt his Snibbe were also recognized for their contributions to the story.
https://www.ocregister.com/2022/10/19/scng-staffers-win-four-national-awards-for-housing-stories/ SCNG Staff Wins 4 National Awards for Housing Stories – Orange County Register