I've been schooled recently on certain material and who actually owns them. The people that own them can have and most likely do have an agenda to maximise their profits by publishing what they want, which can heavily influence data. I've always read all I can and decided to take what I chose as important to me at the time from all materials to help with investing in property over the years. Can I get some help from people so I have a better understanding of who owns what we actually read please. So starting with REA GROUP LTD. REA Group Ltd and its subsidiary companies, known as the REA Group, make up a global online real estate advertising company headquartered in Melbourne, Australia. The REA Group is public company listed on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX: REA), and had A$108 million in FY07 revenue. REA Group is majority owned by News Corp Australia, a subsidiary of News Corp. The Group grew from realestate.com.au, Australia's largest property website with 4.4 million unique browsers each month. However, the strategy has been to aggressively expand the group internationally through acquisition. The Company now operates property websites in 10 countries that are used by more than 19,000 agents and have approximately 8.8m unique visitors per month. Fairfax media... Fairfax Media Limited [ASX:FXJ] is one of the largest media companies in Australia and New Zealand, with investment in newspaper, magazines, radio and internet. Fairfax has a portfolio of leading digital products, including the online News sites smh.com.au in Australia and stuff.co.nz in New Zealand. The group also has leading classified and transaction websites. The Fairfax divisions cover: Australia Media: includes The Sydney Morning Herald (smh.com.au), The Australian Financial Review (afr.com), The Age and The Canberra Times. Life Media and Events: a major events business and owner of Australian lifestyle brands including Goodfood, EssentialKids, Drive and Traveller. Domain Group: a digital real estate business containing APM Pricefinder, a property data business, Domain.com.au, and MyDesktop, a SaaS platform for the real estate sector. Digital Ventures: encompasses digital publisher Allure Media, and partnerships with Huffington Post for HuffPost Australia and Nine Entertainment Co. for Stan, the video streaming service. New Zealand Media: including Stuff.co.nz and metro newspapers The Dominion Post in the North Island and The Press in the South Island. Fairfax has a 54.5% interest in Macquarie Radio Network [ASX:MRN], following the merger of Fairfax’s radio business with Macquarie’s in 2015, with the leading News, Talk and Sport stations in Sydney and Melbourne. Smart investment property? Sterling publishing...who owns them?