“Not only does this climate reflect a great opportunity for PlanOmatic, it also represents the success of our agent and brokerage partners.
Denver, Colorado (PRWEB) June 11, 2010
PlanOmatic, a five-year-old real estate services provider has recently hired two new account managers to fuel expanded national operations in two new markets; Minneapolis, Minnesota, and New York, New York.
Amidst continuing concerns over the state of the American real estate industry, recent earnings indicate that PlanOmatic has experienced substantial first quarter growth year-over-year, driving expansion into New York and Minnesota.
Kori Covrigaru, Chief Executive of the company said, “We have seen very positive trends in terms of agent spending and listing volume coming into the firm.” PlanOmatic services the real estate industry offering a broad range of interactive and virtual home tours, custom photography, and online listing marketing.
PlanOmatic has been touted as a frontrunner in utilizing technology to market real estate listings. Recently featured in the San Francisco Chronicle (http://www.sfchroniclemarketplace.com/cgi-bin/blogs/ontheblock/detail?blogid=58&entry_id=57553) for the development of a custom iPhone application allowing buyers to experience interactive home tours from their smart phones. PlanOmatic is relying heavily on their expertise in new media and focus on technology to lead their expansion in Minneapolis and New York.
Additionally, PlanOmatic is making strategic moves in their human capital plan, hiring two new Account Managers in their Denver, Colorado, headquarters. David Voiles and John Putnam will lead the firm’s expansion, working hand-in-hand with clients in both regions. Aaron Rose, Vice President of Sales for PlanOmatic said “We’ve weathered this storm throughout 2008 and 2009. We’re beginning to see a clear uptick in our numbers that represent a window of opportunity for us to move into two very attractive markets – Minneapolis and New York.” You can view interviews of Mr. Voiles and Mr. Putnam on the PlanOmatic blog: http://www.planomatic.com/blog.
Traditionally, PlanOmatic’s business model has focused in major real estate markets across the United States including MSAs like the greater Los Angels area and Miami Florida. According to the firm’s management, Minneapolis and New York represent a logical extension of a model that has proven successful in areas with highly concentrated populations.
“Our projections for Minneapolis and New York are encouraging,” said Covrigaru. “Not only does this climate reflect a great opportunity for PlanOmatic, it also represents the success of our agent and brokerage partners."
Justin Trent Meek
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