Two New Options for US Agents

Two New Options for US Agents

Two new options have recently surfaced for US-based real estate professionals: an embeddable map-based search tool from and a new social network for agents as well as investors and vendors.’s updated property search tool now allows agents to embed a searchable map on their website or blog:

The search tool links to a full-screen map and also allows users to sign up for RSS feeds for matching properties, share their search results via social networks, and send inquiries to agents. As explains, the tool uses data from Google Base, and users can create unlimited, preset search engines that target not only their own market but other niche audience as well.

The search tool is only available to those on’s “pro” subscription, which costs US$99 per year.

Meanwhile, social network was officially launched this month, and founder Scott Frank told he has already gathered over 1,000 members.

“ helps real estate investors, service providers, and other professionals find relevant opportunities and connect with the people they need,” the website explains.

“The more you engage, the more you benefit. You can set yourself up as ‘Ed the Electrician, the Answer Man in Iowa,’ where people can ask you questions. You do that, you’re going to be attracting a lot of business,” Andy Heller, co-founder and head of marketing at, told

Membership at is free, and those who sign up five friends receive a swathe of educational material.

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