Fizber.com to Launch Social Network
Fizbers talk: Property-search site lets users to interact with home buyers, sellers and real estate professionals
Miami Beach, FL (RUSHPRNEWS) 06/16, 2008 — Real Estate site Fizber.com today announced the launch of "Fizber Talk" — an online real estate community (http://talk.fizber.com/) that is intended to spark dialog among users, including home buyers, sellers and real estate professionals.
Julia Foster, PR Manager for Fizber.com, said the "Fizber Talk" platform "enables consumers to share in the conversation about what's going on in the real estate market," and it can also be a useful forum for agents and brokers to "market their expertise as well as share in the conversation with consumers." This is a way for agents to get free marketing and awareness.
Users can set up a free account at the site to participate in the community. Users can specify whether they are a home buyer, home seller, both buyer and seller, or real estate professional when they set up an account.
Another feature at the site, called My Fizber, allows users to build and save a list of properties that they can track, to store notes about favorite homes, and to list homes for sale.
Fizber also offers a variety of real estate widgets (http://www.fizber.com/sale-by-owner-home-services/drive-score-widget.html) — small applications that can be easily embedded at blogs and other Web sites.
Fizber.com has homes For Sale By Owner and is the largest FSBO Home Selling and Home Buying Real Estate Website. Fizber provides homeowners with everything they need to successfully buy and sell their homes at substantially reduced costs, with confidence that they are fully informed and in control.
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