Easy to use tool to help brokerages/agents deliver better consumer experience
Real estate brokerage technology provider, Terabitz, announced the launch of 5 Minute Property Site today. The easy to use tool is designed to give brokerages and agents one more way to showcase their listings while engaging consumers.
[quote style=”boxed”]Sellers pay the same regardless of who they use. What differentiates one company or one agent from their competitors is the experience and expertise they are able to deliver to both sellers and buyers,” says Terabitz founder, Ash Munshi. 5 Minute Property Site helps real estate agents create a better, more engaging and informative consumer experience for each listing, resulting in happier sellers and informed buyers.[/quote]Realtors using 5 Minute Property Site need only enter the MLS number for their listing, choose the layout, customize the other information that they would like to showcase around their listing (such as schools, markets statistics, etc) and pick a URL. The system does the rest. Out comes a beautiful, modern, informative website that showcases the listing, can be used for syndication and has its own URL. The entire process takes less than five minutes and can be done while engaging the seller.
Long time Terabitz client, Intero Real Estate Services, is offering 5 Minute Property Site to its agents.
[quote style=”boxed”]Since we started the company in late 2002 our culture has been rooted in innovation… it is the reason why we are #1 in Silicon Valley and now able to expand throughout the US and internationally.” says Tom Tognoli, Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Intero Real Estate Services. “By offering “5 Minute Property Site” to our agents we are giving them yet another tool that helps them deliver an awesome consumer experience that sets us apart from the competition![/quote]Terabitz, through its sales and marketing partner, PCMS Consulting, will be rolling out 5 Minute Property Site to its existing clients in the next few weeks before making it available to the general public.
This article reprinted with permission from PCMS Consulting. The original can be found here.