HomeNet Releases New Pricing Analysis Tool for IOL Pro Dealers

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HomeNet, Inc. has released a new pricing analysis tool, as part of the latest upgrade to the automotive technology provider's popular Inventory Online (IOL) Vehicle Marketing Suite. The new feature will equip dealers with the ability to obtain real-time pricing information for their online inventory, based on HomeNet's extensive database of more than 2.5 million vehicles. Dealers will be able to take advantage of this upgrade immediately, as part of their IOL Pro subscription.

In this challenging economic climate, it is imperative for dealers to ensure that their vehicles are both accurately and competitively priced. We are confident that the pricing analysis feature will become an invaluable tool for our dealers, helping them to better stay in tune with rapidly-changing marketplace trends.

HomeNet, Inc. has released a new pricing analysis tool, as part of the latest upgrade to the automotive technology provider's popular Inventory Online (IOL) Vehicle Marketing Suite. The new feature will equip dealers with the ability to obtain real-time pricing information for their online inventory, based on HomeNet's extensive database of more than 2.5 million vehicles. Dealers will be able to take advantage of this upgrade immediately, as part of their IOL Pro subscription.

The system evaluates pricing for a particular vehicle, comparing it to similar vehicles on a local or national basis. Advanced features permit users to refine the results even further, based on dealer-defined parameters. An interactive graph displays the system's final analysis, clearly outlining where the dealer's price point ranks in comparison to the competition. Furthermore, the tool provides trend analysis to help dealers better predict future pricing changes.

"This is very useful new feature and we are pleased to make this available to our IOL Pro dealers," commented HomeNet CEO Jesse Biter. "In this challenging economic climate, it is imperative for dealers to ensure that their vehicles are both accurately and competitively priced. We are confident that the pricing analysis feature will become an invaluable tool for our dealers, helping them to better stay in tune with rapidly-changing marketplace trends."

For more information regarding the pricing analysis tool, dealers should contact the HomeNet Sales Team at salesteam@homenetinc.com or 877-738-3313.

HomeNet's proprietary Get. Edit. Deliver. technology distributes enhanced vehicle inventory data for thousands of automotive dealers throughout the United States and Canada. HomeNet's signature solution, the Inventory Online (IOL) Marketing Suite, is an industry-leading vehicle inventory management and marketing system. IOL's suite of web-based applications helps dealers to efficiently manage their entire online inventory from one centralized location and distribute emotional vehicle advertisements to any online destination. The IOL system also streamlines the inventory aggregation and enhancement process, enabling vendors to better focus on lead generation for their dealership customers and not inventory management/support. As one of the most respected data aggregators in the industry, HomeNet has built successful partnerships with dozens of leading automotive companies. IOL currently processes more than 2.5 million vehicles each day for over 15,000 dealership locations.

About HomeNet, Inc.
HomeNet, Inc. is a privately owned automotive technology provider. Founded in 1996, HomeNet's core focus is providing innovative technology solutions to help automotive dealers increase online sales. HomeNet offers its products to a variety of customers including dealers, OEMs, website providers, CRM providers, digital lot management firms, finance/leasing agents, auction agents, and more. The company is based on Christian principles and is headquartered in West Chester, PA, with satellite offices in AZ, FL, GA, IA, IL, TX, and UT. For more information, please visit http://www.homenetinc.com.

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