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Real estate agents are changing professions due to the housing slump and Internet-based services that save home buyers money, industry analysts say. With the profession already weakened by the mortgage crisis, the explosion of for-sale listings and information about purchase prices now available online is cutting into the need for traditional real estate agents who once had a monopoly over such information, the Los Angeles Times reported Monday. The real estate brokerage industry is not going...
New Site Tracks the Real Estate Economy WASHINGTON, May 12 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Reecon Advisors, Inc., an independent real estate economics and information company, today launched Real Estate Economy Watch (realestateconomywatch.com), a new Web site providing insight and intelligence on the residential real estate economy. The site delivers more analysis, fresher insight, expanded data, and more timely commentary than was possible in the Reecon Advisory Report, a weekly newsletter...
NEW YORK, April 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Real estate industry expert Chad Roffers addresses the question, "When will we hit the bottom?" in his current post for the Roffers Real Estate Report (www.chadroffers.com). The Roffers Real Estate Report provides comprehensive analysis of the luxury real estate market for buyers, sellers, brokers and lenders. "While the statisticians and economists may debate the exact timing and size of the correction, I'd like to offer another perspective: 'When will we...
Homes & Land, the affluent home buyer's marketplace, announced today that it will begin to offer its Realtor(R) advertisers featured listings on Yahoo! Real Estate, the number one real estate site on the web.
Movoto.com (www.movoto.com), today announced the expansion of its innovative, online homes for sale search site to include MLS listings from over 150 communities in the Houston, Texas metropolitan area.
Trulia.com, the best place to start a real estate search, has created a new business development group to form partnerships with Multiple Listing Service (MLS) providers.
PHOENIX, Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- Habitat360 is excited to announce the launch of its brand new website.
A real estate industry study released today shows that most popular consumer real estate search engines, including Trulia, Zillow, Google and Yahoo!, offer home seekers only a small fraction of the homes actually available on the market - and that many of the listings are inaccurate or out of date.
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