Launch of Aggregates and Distributes Local Real Estate Listings Through Twitter and Mobile Devices

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The March 1, 2010 launch of TweetMeHomes offers a one-stop solution for both real estate agents and home buyers on Twitter. Home buyers can now track the latest real estate listings and homes for sale by city, and receive the new listing alerts through Twitter and mobile devices. Realtors can easily distribute their listings on Twitter to home buyers looking in a specific city or metro area.

Home shoppers can now receive local real estate listing alerts through Twitter and on their mobile phones!

With the March 1, 2010 launch of, home buyers can now find and follow local real estate listings on Twitter. TweetMeHomes allows home shoppers to follow a city or metro area where they are looking to buy a home. As new homes come onto the local real estate market, they are tweeted to anyone following the city or metro area on Twitter. TweetMeHomes followers can also have these listings sent to their mobile devices, a built in feature of Twitter.

Because TweetMeHomes allows any and all real estate agents and brokers to submit listings by location, home buyers will see a steady stream of new listings without having to follow one Twitter account for every local Realtor with a listing.

TweetMeHomes is currently tweeting property listings in 40 major metropolitan areas and most of the real estate listings are from national real estate companies like Coldwell Banker, Century 21, and others. Large local, regional and national brokers can submit their agent's real estate listings through an XML or RSS feed. Individual agents can submit all of their property listings to TweetMeHomes through Agentopolis, a national real estate agent directory, for only $47/year.

TweetMeHomes currently has followers in 40 major markets and has tweeted over 35,000 property listings. They will be adding another 100 cities by the end of the second quarter.


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