REALTOR.com(R), where the world shops for real estate online, is operated by Move, Inc., (NASDAQ: MOVE) and is the official Web site of the National Association of REALTORS(R). Ranked as the #1 homes-for-sale site, REALTOR.com(R) currently offers potential home buyers access to over four million property listings, as well as the most brokers and agents.
It also provides REALTORS(R) and the home sellers they represent with the Internet's largest real estate marketplace, reaching more than 4.9 million consumers in September 2008. Agents and companies have the power to customize REALTOR.com(R) resources to maximize their brand and productivity.
REALTOR.com features include:
Listings: The greatest number of REALTOR represented homes for sale on the Web. REALTOR.com has agreements with over 900+ MLS with most listings updated every 15 minutes. No other site can match the number of MLS relationships nor the frequency of updates.
You can sort listings by property type, price, number of photos and more.
"Find Home Values." This feature allows consumers to get an estimate of property values including sold data directly from individual MLS.
"Find A Neighborhood." Neighborhood data that delivers hyper-local information on 55,000 communities.
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