What are your Real Estate Listing Needs? Whatever they are you might find a sampling of it here, from video tour ideas to real estate websites, and other
resources in between and outside of those two parameters.
Let's take a look at a few of the more popular resources that are served up when you google the term.
At best I'll only be able to present you with a few of them, and understandably may overlook some of them.
Examples that readily come to mind are heavy hitters like Craigslist, Backpage, YouTube to name ajust few giants in the industry.
And then there are the Social Media darlings, like Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, Blogger, MySpace, Pinterest and scores of other sites that I don't have time to keep with. It seems like a new one pops up every day.
Let's Start Things Off With A Real Estate Listing Video
Here's a direct quote about it... "Real estate has changed! The most recent statistics show that 90% of home buyers are starting their search online.
I co-founded VirtualTourCafe to fill a gap for real estate professionals to have access to an inexpensive, automated marketing service with social media integration and all the current state-of-the-art technology such as YouTube style videos, high-definition virtual tours and e-flyers, all in one place, so the agents can focus on selling homes!".
Now, here's the video...
Well, I did and here's what I found out...
Last week’s IPO of Trulia, an Internet listings site, was a smashing success for investors, as the stock traded up 41% to close at $24 per share, according to Marketwatch.
The price gives the company a price-earnings ratio of … wait, you can’t get a price-earnings ratio on a negative number, can you?
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Once upon a time, house hunting meant perusing local newspapers and being led through properties by a real-estate agent. Nowadays, most home buyers head straight to their computers: A record 90% searched online this year, up from 65% a decade ago, according to the National Association of Realtors. Trouble is, homes listed for sale online aren’t always actually available. Here are...