The long-suffering real estate industry needs all the help it can get these days. It just may be getting the boost that it needs to get things going in the right direction through RESocial.Net, a real estate social network. The business-to-business network will help real estate salespeople, brokers, property developers, and contractors reach out to each other, simplify their social networking strategy, and keep their clients happy by matching them to the right professionals.
The site will feature over 75 different types of profiles, including: real estate agents, electricians, roofers, movers, interior designers, architects, property managers, appraisers, and even abandoned animal rescuers. Members will be able to find other members who provide the services that they are looking for, to promote themselves using discounts, and form long-lasting working relationships that may offer them reciprocal business.
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What’s more, social networking through the Real Estate Social Network will not take members any additional time than they already spend cultivating their online identity, as they will be able to simultaneously post their updates to Facebook, Google +, Twitter (News - Alert), LinkedIn, Pintrest, Tumblr, and Digg.
The basic membership is free and, for $9.99, users will be able to upgrade to the Gold Membership, which will allow users to transfer documents securely, post property and rental listings, and chat with other members. When the Gold Membership will officially launch has yet to be announced.
For anyone involved in real estate sales or rentals, nothing is more important than networking and building relationships. The Real Estate Social Network will help to form and strengthen these relationships, making it a tool that will become an invaluable part of real estate professionals’ businesses. By forming the right relationships, real estate professionals will be able to connect their clients and their listings with the services that they need, leading to more referrals, both from their happy clients, and from the professionals that they work with.
Edited by Brooke Neuman