Real estate list site Tribus and neighborhood social network Nextdoor have reached an agreement that will see cross-pollination of content from each service. Tribus confirmed this in a Tweet recently.
Nextdoor recently set its claim in the real estate market, starting a pilot program for real estate listings on their service. Nextdoor has quickly become a popular social network, with over 160,000 US neighborhoods signed up for the site.
With this partnership with Tribus, real estate agents that already use Tribus' website creation or listing services can now populate listings on Nextdoor. These posts will either be shown as ads in the timeline or can be sent as newsletters to users who sign up for them.
Agents can sponsor a neighborhood as well, which puts their information front and center when people peruse the information on each neighborhood. This would cost somewhere between 100$ and 500$ a month.
Agents also can recieve private messages from people living in the neighborhood, but they can't interact with the shared timeline of the people living there. So far, these options are only available in San Francisco and Minneapolis, but plans are in place to roll them out nationwide.