Miami-based real estate tech startup GlobalListings.com is celebrating a new milestone after surpassing over 400,000 property listing uploads to its site.
The start-up is dedicated to creating the top destination site in the world for multiple categories of property searches on a global scale and currently has over 400,000 listings per month in active residential, commercial and vacation property listings for sale, rent, auction and exchange, worldwide.
According to its press release, Global Listings says it has now become the #1 organically-ranked ‘Global Property Listings’ website in the world by Google.
Some of the company’s current property IDX users include such brand names as Auction.com, Cushman & Wakefield, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Realty, The Keyes Company, Nest Seekers,Homes and Land Magazine, Secovi Brazil, Eiffel Properties Dubai, French Riviera Property Network, and dozens of other large property listings clients worldwide.
Global Listings has uploads from 127 companies and it’s the start-up’s global presence that founder Michael Gerrity believes has helped it to grow.
“As the real estate industry has really gone global in the last decade, coupled with the explosion of cross-border property transactions occurring worldwide, we are really excited to have become one of the dominant international property listings platforms in the world specifically designed to accommodate the growing needs of a globally connected real estate
Gerrity also believes that Florida has been the right location for the company to experience success.
“Being based in Miami has also been a real advantage to our company’s phenomenal growth,” Gerrity said.
“Given the fact that our listings site caters to international property buyers and investors worldwide, coupled with the fact that foreign buyers purchased over $153 billion of residential real estate in the last year across the U.S., Miami was by far the top target city in the entire country for foreign buyers’ home and condo purchases. Miami is ground zero where the real foreign property buyer