Raleigh, NC (PRWEB) December 08, 2011
This partnership will allow thousands of RealUp.com commercial listings to automatically appear in TradeAddresses’ property catalog via the RealUp API web service.
"RealUp is very pleased to announce this new agreement with TradeAddresses.com," said Brian Randy Funk, President of RealUp. "This is an additional way RealUp will help get commercial property sold and increase exposure for real estate listings."
The RealUp commercial listing API provides an XML web service which automatically imports property listings into TradeAddresses. The RealUp API allows other websites to import and export RealUp property listings and has been customized for TradeAddresses. The RealUp API is currently used by CCIM, Century 21, Sperry Van Ness as well as the RealUp iPhone app.
"We are confident that our relationship with RealUp will prove to be synergistic for both of our companies," said Hans Hansson, president of TradeAddresses. "Our marketing of many of RealUp's listing will greatly expand the reach for those listing and provide more opportunity for RealUp members to close more transactions."
TradeAddresses is a website listing site for commercial, luxury residential, and luxury vacation properties around the world. Customers can search for properties for sale, for lease, or for vacation rentals. TradeAddresses also offers free assistance to connect customers to a licensed Commercial Real Estate Agent who specializes in their desired market.
RealUp.com, LLC is a commercial real estate website offering property listings. A subsidiary of TerraServer.com, the leader in online aerial/satellite imagery, the company is based in Raleigh, NC and services the nationwide commercial market. RealUp is committed to providing commercial real estate professionals with property listings and marketing options at the best value with guaranteed results.
TradeAddresses was founded in 1990 by a highly experienced group of San Francisco commercial real estate veterans. TradeAddresses has traditionally focused strictly on commercial real estate listings and has offered no additional services to listing agents. In 2009, Hans Hansson, Jim Osgood, and Carl Bosse worked together to expand Trade Addresses by combining commercial and high-end residential real estate listings.