The Ultimate $17,900,000 For-Sale-By-Owner Real Estate Listing is Now on eBay

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Ebay, the self described Â?WorldÂ?s Online MarketplaceÂ? had an overall income growth of over 50% in 2004 according to EbayÂ?s real estate listings are also expanding exponentially. But, there is just one problem. How do buyers quickly find the kind of real estate they want if they donÂ?t have time to search the thousands of Ebay listings?

Will Ebay Real Estate make major inroads into the real estate industry as it has in auto sales? Selling real estate is not quite as simple as selling an automobile. Autos can be purchased and delivered across the country. Houses are different.

Most houses are firmly attached in one location and that location is very important to buyers. Real estate buyers start their search for homes in certain desirable areas. Florida is one of the most active real estate markets in the USA based on the number of Ebay listings.

The new website solves the search problem for Florida buyer's in an elegantly simple way.

This new website searches every Ebay item and displays Only Florida real estate listings. For example: You can quickly find the $17 million Oceanfront Estate on the very first page.

The website allows you to search by category: condominiums, waterfront, beachfront, or land. New listings are automatically added and old listings deleted. The listings are always fresh and up to date.

REALTORS® also advertise their real estate listings on Ebay. They have discovered that Ebay is a low cost way of advertising to out of town buyers.

Ebay is just getting started in real estate but, don’t underestimate what an Internet powerhouse like eBay can accomplish in the future.

The website was developed by a Real Estate Technology Provider.

The website is currently featured in an article on “Inman News” a major National Real Estate industry website.

Note: You have only 12 hours to read the complete Inman News article at before it is closed to non-subscribers.

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