It is our mission to provide interesting, educational and awesome content relating to tech and Real Estate.
(PRWEB) January 15, 2014
Propertybase, a leading provider of Customer Relationship Management software to the Real Estate industry, announced today the re-launching of the company’s Real Estate technology news blog as a news service to agents, brokers and property developers.
"As a Real Estate and technology company, we noticed a significant gap in coverage of technology relating to Real Estate, as well as a lack of a forum for educating readers.," Communications Director Michael Moore said. "It is our mission to provide interesting, educational and awesome content relating to tech and Real Estate."
The news service is spearheaded by a former writer at Oakland Tribune, Contra Costa Times and San Jose Mercury News, and will include contributions from industry knowledge specialists and journalists.
Topics will include the uses of technology by Real Estate professionals, industry forecasts, profiles of notable people in the industry, focuses on trends and how the various professions involved in buying and selling properties are evolving.
The blog is managed by Roman Gokhman, who reported for the Bay Area News Group through 2011, before moving on to corporate communications in the energy and civil engineering industries. Through 10 years in journalism, Gokhman has written about public safety, business, health, education and government. The journalist contributors include a variety of talented writers with experience in several states.
Visit our website, http://www.Propertybase.com, for more information.
Propertybase revolutionizes the way people buy and sell Real Estate. We are a growing technology company headquartered in Munich, Germany and Berkeley, Calif. Our software is the leading cloud-computing CRM platform for Real Estate companies. It’s built on the groundbreaking Force.com Software-as-a-Service platform from Salesforce.com.
Our customer base continues to grow exponentially and includes brokers, agents and developers in 37 countries in North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and Oceania.