Homebuyers Look Online for Open Houses

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Homebuyers Look Online for Open Houses

US property search engine trulia.com is reporting that US homebuyers are twice as likely to look online rather than in print for open house information.

NAR Survey Shows Low Tech Agents

Just 17 percent of NAR members use blogs, RRS feeds and podcasts on a regular basis, according to the results of a survey by the US National Association of Realtors.

getanoffer.co.uk Aims for “Serious Buyers”

getanoffer.co.uk mainly targets private sellers, but is also open to agents who need to sell a client’s property quickly.

propertyindex.com Welcomes Banned Agent

Julian Bending, of The Real Ralph Bending agency, has been accepted by pay-per-lead portal propertyindex.com after being banned from UK market leader rightmove.co.uk.

TweetLister to the Rescue

Who said twitter.com was not for real estate? tweetlister.com claims to be “the only twitter tool for posting all types of property listings”. It certainly makes the job of tweeting of your listings on twitter.com a whole lot easier!

Free Q&A API For Agents

If you’d like to enhance your website with a Q&A functionality but think it’s too hard then think again.

Twitter for Real Estate Twits

We’ve already talked a lot about the phenomenon that is twitter and how real estate agents and brokers can best use it to their advantage. And now we’ve discovered a fanstastic - FREE - ebook that can help you even more.

Online Video Continues to Grow

The latest website to join the online real estate video fray is estateagentvideos.com, created by London based video production company MUXI.

New Advertising Service at rentshout.com

New website rentshout.com has launched an online service that will syndicate agents’ listings.

bidprop.co.uk Online Auctions

A new online property auction website is about to hit the UK.
bidprop.co.uk is an online property bidding website that works…


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