Sikku, the One Stop Shop Real Estate and Mortgage Portal Wins Top Industry Endorsement

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A powerful new platform that streamlines and combines every facet of a real estate transaction under one roof, where both consumers and mortgage/real estate professionals can not only effectively interact, but transact business in the real world.

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By providing a collaborative community of real estate professionals and home owners, along with a network of professionals from all areas of Real Estate, Sikku.com (Seek You) is the premier "one-stop shop" available for real estate professionals, home-sellers and home buyers online today.

Sikku is more than just "another real estate site". Way more. Created by long-term industry veteran Ray Desmond and the team at publically traded GainClients.com (gclt.pk) Sikku is the result of an intense collaboration of highly-successful real estate entrepreneurs, ace marketers, skilled programmers and mortgage professionals.

Sikku has developed industry partnerships that enable the homeowner to do everything needed to sell a property from creating a visually appealing property-specific website with just a few clicks, to ordering an appraisal, to even completing a mortgage transaction online using virtual signing technology.

"What makes this site so unique is that it provides the tools and technology for the homeowner, mortgage and real estate professional to interact on both a personal and professional level. The technology does not favor a particular B2B or B2C vertical, rather it provides outstanding tools for everyone. It is not only a great concept, but it really works. Others have tried to get to do this and failed in one way or another. Sikku is the real deal and has earned our unbiased national endorsement. There is even talk of Sikku going international. If you are not using Sikku, you are missing out," says Jonathan Cosie Editor and Founder of MortgageTrends and RealEstatePro News which can be found here at The Midtown Consulting Group.

So what about critical mass?
"We have over 3 million listings now and plan to add more...a lot more," says Ray Desmond, founder and principal of Sikku and Gain Clients in Tucson, Arizona.

And What About Marketing?
Sikku has that covered utilizing it's powerful syndication technology. It's often not only what you know, but who you know. Sikku has developed relationships with eight of the foremost Real Estate listing sites on the web today. When you list your properties on Sikku, they are automatically listed on these 8 sites as well.

What does this mean?
Millions of people will be drawn to your property, creating more interest and you'll sell home/listings in less time. As a real estate professional, this means more exposure and more potential buyers and sellers. With less work and less time, you'll have your home in front of millions of potential viewers, giving you maximum exposure to potential buyers. And most of these buyers will need a mortgage which is what ties in the Loan Originator to Sikku.

"Sikku is here to help you sell your home. We've eliminated the confusion so selling your home can be fun and simple. We're here to walk you through every step of the process, from placing your ad, to printing colorful fliers, to even helping your buyer find the loan that's the right fit. And…as a home owner, it's 100% free. For professionals in the Real Estate Industry, we created Sikku.com to give you a place to expand and grow your real estate business with limitless potential. We look forward to your success," says Desmond.

Look for Sikku to own the collaborative Real Estate Space in the very near future. To learn More Go To Sikku today.

About Sikku
Formed in 2001, GainClients, Inc. is a public company currently trading on the Pink Sheets under the symbol GCLT. GainClients' primary product, Sikku.com, is an online real estate search engine where real estate professionals, home sellers and home buyers may facilitate all fulfillment services associated with the real estate transaction.

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