Listings on the iPad

Listings on the iPad

Dutch property portal loves to stay ahead of the curve. It’s constantly updating in its quest to take on market leader – in fact it even launched a property search application to go with the release of Google Wave, Google’s vision for the future of email. So it’s hardly surprising that has jumped on the release of Apple’s iPad to show just how good listings can look on the device.

Ads Coming to Street View?

Google Street View has been added to so many real estate websites by now that it’s almost an expected part of the listing landscape. But there could be a change on the Street View horizon.

Listing Tips from

Leading Dutch property portal recently commissioned market research to find out what consumers thought of it. The results are as revealing for agents as they were for the portal itself.
(more…) Builds for Agents

We first reported on UK-based single property website creation tool when it launched in February last year. At the time, it was pitched as a challenge to agents in that it offered an alternative selling tool for home owners.

Looking for Realtors to Test a New Application – ListGlobally

The team at Classified AdVentures (owners of Property Ad Guru) has been working hard on a new product called ListGlobally. This application allows agents to advertise their listings on market leading property portals around the world.

Seven Portals the Minimum:


The results of a survey from, a UK-based property search engine, show some interesting trends in the listing habits of UK agencies.

Big Changes at


We knew something was up at when it posted a “site down temporarily” note on its blog on Monday.

Google Real Estate – Should Agents Bank On It?


The news just over a week ago that Google was “entering” the UK/European market has sent the share prices of Rightmove and Seloger into a tailspin. Seloger dropped by 9% while Rightmove has plummeted a whopping 17%. Seloger has since recovered to its pre-news price while Rightmove continues to be significantly down.

So let’s look at what happened, will the property portal landscape change and is this impact on the share prices is justified.

An article by the Financial Times (Dec 2 titled “Google set to enter UK property market”) seems to have set the cat amongst the pigeons. The article stated that Google is in talks with British estate agents and that “experts” say that an entry by them to the market could pose a serious threat to existing property websites. The article didn’t talk about what Google was going to do and Google didn’t comment. So there is really not much to go on. So the only guide we really have as to what Google may do in the UK and Europe is what they have done in Australia.

Google’s Latest Releases Part 3: New Maps Perspective


With so many new releases from Google over the past week, you could be forgiven for feeling a little over-saturated. As we’ve already discussed, Google’s new real-time search and personalised results raise some questions in terms of online advertising for agents. Thankfully, Google’s latest release looks positive for the world of online real estate advertising.
(more…), Offer Deals



US property search engine is offering free registration to real estate agents and brokers who sign up before the end of December.


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