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TV becomes Outlet for Turning Real Estate Market Print E-mail
Saturday, 02 September 2006 has announced the re-launch of its new expanded services website, an Internet portal that will connect consumers and real estate professionals to various real estate related products and services, including an online classifieds section, an auction gallery and a business directory.

The new site has a improved design, flash animation, search functionality and enhanced programming features. It is designed to serve as the Internet’s first one-stop marketplace for agents, brokers, lenders, buyers, sellers, investors, contractors and other industry professionals as a full service marketplace with complete services for residential, commercial and investment real estate needs.

Originally, just focusing on bridging investors, buyers and sellers, Hometrader executives decided to expand the site’s services after it received over one hundred thousand hits a day during the initial launch at the Donald Trump Real Estate Expo in November 2005. Free to browse and buy, uses a variety of tools that allow everyday consumers to search for real estate related products, services and merchandise.

Subscription-based users have several membership options from which to choose that, for one fee, will give them the ability to list an unlimited amount of residential, commercial and investment properties for sale. In addition to the listing capability, the site details an extensive full service classified and auction service, as well as a directory where businesses can list products and services and potential clients can search for them.

“Our team has worked hard to deliver on our vision of a reliable and trusted online source for real estate and real estate related transactions that are typically completed in person,” said Adonis Adams, managing partner, Hometrader, Inc. “Nowhere else on the web can sellers, buyers, agents, brokers and other real estate professionals come together to experience a full realm of real estate related products and services.”

The real estate industry is constantly evolving, developing new information and innovations in both buying and selling. As new products hit the market, will grow also.

Roberta Hillary, CEO“Ideally, we would like to see the online real estate world reflect the buying and selling trends in the real world, more specifically, increased technological use leading to globalization of the economy,” said Roberta Hillary, CEO.”

She also expressed that Hometrader’s research shows that real estate professionals feel like they have to use technology resources such as to be successful and competitive. Since 2000, 73% of buyers and sellers of real estate have used the Internet as their primary source to contact real estate professionals and conduct transactions.

Edwina Baniqued


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