Launched in early 2016, the Real Estate Social Network provides business professionals like Realtors, Home Builders, Developers, Title Reps and Mortgage Brokers, with a social network technology platform to better connect, learn and succeed in the real estate industry world-wide.
In 2015, it was reported that in the past few years, the niche social network has steadily grown in popularity, thanks to better levels of user interaction and engagement. In 2013, a survey by Reuters and research firm Ipsos found that 1 in 3 social network users were getting bored or annoyed with Facebook and by 2014 the GlobalWebIndex found that this figured had risen to nearly 1 in 2 users, and by 2015 it mas more than 60%
The niche social network offers a specialized space that's designed to appeal to a very specific market with a clearly defined set of needs. Where once the streams of social minutia on networks such as Facebook and Twitter were the ultimate in online voyeurism, now users are looking for connections, community and shared experiences.
Social networks that tap directly into specific activities, business verticals, tastes and lifestyles are seeing a consistent rise in popularity, such as our own LikeRE.com for the real estate industry world-wide. These social platforms offer brands and business professionals with a target rich space in which to engage with their local and national real estate constituents, while efficiently increasing market and brand awareness.
Social Network AI Powered
SHome Listing Engine
ProListings Directory API's
Social Channel Management
Social AI and Analytic Teaching
Business Pages and Reviews
Reward Point System
Individual and Team Blogging
Video and Audio Podcasting
Ad Network with Mobile Ads
Group Buying and Timed Deals
SEC Reg A+ Crowd Funding
Charity and Donation Management
SOCIAL RE AUDIENCE
An estimated 28 million existing homes were sold around the world in countries that access Facebook, in 2016. In just the top 15 countries that access Facebook for social content each day, more than 90 million users have indicated on their profile page that they work in the real estate industry. 16,624,371 of those real estate professionals are licensed real estate agents.
Facebook, Linkedin, Google+, Tumblr, Pinterest, and HOUZZ combined receive more than 81 Billion image and video posts in 2015, of new and resale homes, floorpans and renderings. An estimated 111 billion total social posts in 2015, by real estate professionals and online home shoppers across the web internationally.
Zillow’s 2016 reported revenue: $846M, up 25% from $679M in 2015, world-wide.
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