The Friday Deal – Get Two Free Single Property Websites and Save $125!

It’s Friday! This weeks deal is buy five single property Website licenses, get two free! That’s a $125 saving!

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Our most frequently asked questions:

Q: Is the domain name included?

A: Yes!

Q: Are there additional or recurring charges/costs?

A: No!

Q: When does the single property Website expire?

A: Each single property Website lasts one year from activation which is the moment you decide to pick a domain name and make it live. If you have multiple single property licenses they can sit in your account until you need to use them. So you can buy five to get the discounted pricing, use one today and use the others at any point in the future!

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Virtual Reality Case Study – How Coldwell Banker Uses Samsung Gear VR

In a competitive real estate market, every edge counts. And the reality is, sometimes standard photos just aren’t enough. That’s why Coldwell Banker is at the vanguard of a movement towards virtual reality, a cutting edge technology that can transport the viewer to a different environment. In other words, you could virtually visit a home from the comfort of your own couch.

VR isn’t just the next frontier for real estate, it is becoming more and more of a standard listing practice. In fact, 77% of Americans say they would love to see a home using virtual reality before physically visiting a prospective home.

Recently, Coldwell Banker sat down with Samsung, a leader in VR technology, to talk virtual reality and it’s application in the real estate industry. Watch below to find out how Coldwell Banker agents like Anthony Colantuono are incorporating VR into their everyday business.

Twitter’s User Growth Flatlines

Source: Statista

Having struggled to attract new users for a while, Twitter just reported that its user base didn’t grow at all between the third and fourth quarter of 2017. The social network is stuck at 330 million users and looks to be losing sight of its competitors.

On a positive note, Twitter posted its first quarterly profit ever, sending its stock price soaring to the highest level in more than two years.

Twitter Infographic