Commercial Real Estate Professionals: Is Your Online Property Search Hassle-Free?

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Numbers Don't Lie: Commercial Property Lists are Inefficient

Real estate advertising is making its shift from print to online, where the percentage of potential buyers using the internet as part of their search process went from 2% in 1995 to 77% in 2005 as reported by the National Association of Realtors (NAR). Yet, "advertisers still struggle with the search advertising component because it's still pretty complicated," noted Peter Zollman, founding principal of Classified Intelligence, publisher of the Real Estate Advertising 2006 report. Not a surprise then, are the successful launch results of RealProspex, who developed an easy-to-use, automated commercial property search engine.

"When we realized how many buyers are on line wasting time searching through lists, we understood the importance of a fully automated system which searches while members continue with their daily activities," said Ira Zlotowitz, CEO of RealProspex.

Unique to RealProspex is the personal confirmation of data by seasoned professionals. While the engine searches and makes the initial match, professional underwriters review and analyze all deals before presenting them to the buyer.

In its first month online, 400 real estate professionals have already registered at RealProspex. "We are very pleased with these results. They verify what the statistics have been telling us all along -- commercial real estate professionals want targeted deals presented to them without wasting their time," said Jack Klien, VP of Acquisitions. "And RealProspex offers them exactly that."

About RealProspex

RealProspex is revolutionizing the way commercial real estate professionals manage the real estate marketplace. They have developed the first solution that simplifies and automates real estate sales and brokerage activities, enabling buyers and sellers to easily and cost effectively take control of the process. For more information visit: RealProspex.com or call toll free 866-862-4800.

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