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Real estate business owners the winners in new Domain/American Express partnership

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Real estate media company Domain has announced a three-year agreement with American Express to offer real estate business owners rewards on everyday spend.

The new partnership will align the Domain Platinum Listing Subscriptions and American Express Platinum Business Cards products, so that premium real estate business owners can start earning rewards on the business they do, accessing up to 245,000 bonus Membership Reward Points with the American Express Membership Rewards program.

The rewards program is part of a broader agreement between the two companies that also sees American Express support key Domain initiatives, including the recently announced Domain Rising Star Awards and upcoming events from the Domain Academy events and training series.

Antony Catalano, Chief Executive Officer of Domain Group commented on the announcement.

“We are constantly looking at new avenues to support our customers and this partnership does just that. Domain and American Express are two companies with a legacy of delivering high quality services to Australian business owners. We are looking forward to building on the value we both offer to our valued clients and partners,” Catalano said.

Domain's partnership with American Express comes as the company starts to expand across the real estate value chain; recently Domain announced a mortgage broking joint venture with online broker Lendi called, Domain Loan Founder.

The Vice President of Global Commercial Payments at American Express, Martin Seward, said the company's partnership with Domain was a win for real estate business owners.

“The Australian real estate community has long been a passionate supporter of American Express and we’re pleased to be able to offer this solution in partnership with Domain," Seward said.

"American Express business cards help real estate agencies better control their cash flow, take advantage of growth opportunities and reward card members for business spending.”

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