Website Gives a Voice to Buyers and Sellers To Tell Fellow Consumers About The Realtor They Used.

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http://www.Realtyrators.com is a unique website, containing a national database of real estate agents. Its purpose is to give the consumer a free resource with the ability to Rate how their real estate agent performed for them. Future buyers and sellers will use this site to find their next real estate agent based upon those ratings.

http://www.Realtyrators.com is a unique website, containing a national database of real estate agents. Its purpose is to give the consumer a free resource with the ability to Rate how their real estate agent performed for them. Ratings are based upon nine different parameters and comments are welcomed also. Future buyers and sellers will use this site to find their next real estate agent based upon those ratings.

Real estate agents can use this site also as a marketing tool. By having their past clients rate them and give their testimony they take what used to be thank you cards and letters sitting in a desk drawer and turn them into an effective referral magnet. Realtors can then register, and turn this site into a Virtual Town Crier. With links to their website email, even post their listings and bio’s. This serves the publics need to know as well.

Whether you are moving out of town, from out of town, or around the corner, you can find the agent that’s right for you. Consumers can now make an informed decision, to choose the person, to help them make one of the most important investments of their life…buying or selling a home.

The main concept of this site is to give consumers a resource to use so that the most important investment one can make, (buying a home, is handled by someone they know about, and trust more because they have been rated by fellow consumers.

By the way, Realtors cannot cheat the system by giving themselves good ratings and comments because we log the ip addresses and will not allow more than one rating on an individual per ip address.

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