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Julio Anchante
Century 21 M & M and Associates - Vacaville, CA
CRS, Vacaville, CA - Home Search

Hello Eddie,

There is that many free websites to post listings on.  Who has the time to input a listing into all those sites.

Have you had any leads generated from any of these sites?

Thanks for the information.

Julio Anchante

RE/MAX GOLD Vacaville, CA


May 23, 2007 06:57 PM
Eddie Bigness
Keller Williams Realty - Walnut Creek, CA

Hi Julio,

I have not had any buyer calls yet, but I just started putting listing on the sites. My seller wanted to see there home on line. So I added thier listing to about 10 of the sites to try it out. When I googled the address, about 3 pages came up. They were happy.

May 23, 2007 07:04 PM
Eveline Tritsch
House 2 Home Realty - Las Vegas, NV

I think it is hit & miss.  Just like everything else.  I just posted a comment today on someone's blog about Postlets.com.
Sure it took some time to put together the VFlyer, Postlets, and what else for free (NO $ out of my pocket!, zip, NONE)
But you know what?  I got at least 5 prospects out of it in the FIRST week.  And Today, 2 weeks after posting it, guess what?  You got it!  Another buyer!

So what I am trying to say is....who in this world has got the time to input "A Listing" into all those sites?
I DO!!!!  Sign me up!! 
It only takes a few minutes out of your day, but it might mean $$$$$THOUSANDS to your bank account!



May 23, 2007 08:04 PM
Kaushik Sirkar
Call Realty, Inc. - Chandler, AZ
Great list.  Pain to post all your listings individually to all sites.  However, my point2agent website will automatically post point2homes listings on many of these sites!
May 23, 2007 08:18 PM
Jason Sardi
Auto & Home & Life Insurance throughout North Carolina - Charlotte, NC
Your Agent for Life
Good stuff Eddie!  Ironically, this was on my To-Do List for manana before I even came across this post.  Thanks for the reminder though.
May 23, 2007 08:29 PM
Lori Hakeem Oxley
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc. - Tampa, FL
Great post!!  Thanks for adding all the links.  I think it's worth a shot...with all the listings out there, we have to try something!!
May 23, 2007 10:15 PM
Laura Karambelas
Baird & Warner Downers Grove - Downers Grove, IL
Realtor - Downers Grove

Thanks for all of that information, Eddie.  I post my listings on some of them, but now I have a few more to choose from.


May 23, 2007 10:55 PM
Tim Wade
RE/MAX Realty Champions - Wolfeboro, NH
Thanks for all these great places to post for free.  We use a number of them right now and we get lots of hits on our website.
May 23, 2007 10:56 PM
Barbara Erskine
Virtual Business Solutions - Beaverton, OR

Don't forget to add www.vflyer.com.

And someone mentioned - let VFlyer and Point2 and Postlets syndicate for you to www.oodle.com, www.vast.com, www.edgeio.com, www.backpage.com   etc.

Don't have time to put your listings on these sites?  Hire a Virtual Assistant - that's what we do!

Barbara Erskine, Real Estate Virtual Assistant




May 24, 2007 03:16 AM
Cynthia Sloop
Community Association Manager - Indianapolis, IN
Thanks for the extensive list.  I don't know if I'd ever have time to hit all of them, but it does allow me to pick and choose some of them. 
May 24, 2007 03:26 AM
Chris Molina
Cooper & Associates Real Estate - Elk Grove, CA
Realtor, Elk Grove CA

Looking over the list and thought, "It doesn't hurt putting up my listing on these extra sites, especially when it's FREE!"  Thanks for the list.

Jun 15, 2007 12:14 PM
Steve Ostrom
Coldwell Banker: Granite Bay - Roseville Office - Roseville, CA
ePro, CNS
Craigslist.org, Backpage (also known as NewsAndReview) are the biggest hitters here for me (and also MySpace, ironically). When I track our website hits, Realtor.com is still our biggest generator of website viewings. I do like Oodle.com too, but so many of these sites are unfamiliar to buyers I have found. If you have a website for your listing, submit URL to Google and Yahoo (but not more than once with Google, so I have heard).
Zillow.com allows for advertising a property for a minimal fee too as does GOogle Ad Campaign (depending on your budget).

It does take some time to post and maintain these sites, particularly if there are price drops to review many of the sites. I do all of my husband's advertising and internet research. Words and websites last for a LONG time on the indexing world. Property is advertised as is the listing agent.

Sellers do like when their property is "indexed" on the internet and searchable as others mentioned. Particularly their address and/or website name. 

Thanks for posting all of these sites. I sincerely appreciate you sharing. I haven't heard of 20-30% of these sites.

Heather Ostrom
Jul 30, 2007 12:23 AM