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Real Estate Report Card Makes the Grade

picture-152When you’re selling a home – especially in a real estate market that’s tougher than bargain beef jerky – you need every edge available. From replacing that ‘70s floral rug, to making sure your online home listings are up and running smoothly, there is certainly a lot to do.

The Real Estate Marketing Report Card can’t flip your pad’s décor, but it can make sure your home listing is up and running on all the major real estate listing websites and aggregators.

picture-171The free service simply asks you to enter some rudimentary listing info – address, price, etc. – and then it tells you which websites are running your posting, and which have dropped the ball. Monitored sites include Trulia, Google Base, oodle, hotpads.com, OLX, Zillow and Front Door. Of course, if you find that your info isn’t listed to your liking, the Real Estate Report Card’s parent company, International Listings, will syndicate your posting for a fee.

The Real Estate Report Card isn’t a revolutionary service. Heck, you could check up with the individual websites and get the same info in less than 20 minutes. But considering the price of real estate, two minutes on the Real Estate Report Card could make sure deep-pocketed potential buyers don’t overlook your home.

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3 Comments on this Post

  1. Real estate report card was very nice in is very convenience for the sellers and also for the buyers… Even to secure your business and and be entertaining..

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  2. This is much Interesting and much Useful for Quick Sellers and Buyers.

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  3. This is much Interesting and much Useful for Quick Sellers and Buyers.

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