SOLD.com expands marketing for new home selling engine into 5 markets

March 5, 2019
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Atlanta, Orlando, Colorado Springs, Riverside and San Diego Will Now Have Full Access to SOLD.com’s Unique, One-of-a-Kind Offering

The Company’s Technology Enables Consumers to Compare Dozens of Home Selling Options—From the Newest Technologies to the Best Traditional Real Estate Brokers—in Order to Sell Homes Quickly for the Highest Price

SOLD.com, a first-of-its-kind educational resource and proprietary recommendation engine for homeowners researching and evaluating the many ways to sell a home, recently announced that it has formally expanded the promotion of its full service offering to the following new markets: Atlanta, GA; Orlando, FL; Colorado Springs, CO; Riverside, CA; and San Diego, CA.

These markets were selected based upon factors including market demand, availability of alternative options for home sellers to consider, market size, and other key real estate and demographic data.

SOLD.com’s recommendation engine is powered by machine learning that considers thousands of data points for individual properties, local markets and individual seller preferences. Users are asked a few simple questions about their home and top objectives during the sales process. SOLD.com’s proprietary technology then evaluates the top local real estate agents, institutional buyers, discount agent models and more to match the seller with the option that will best help them achieve their goals. SOLD.com also provides a personal concierge to assist the homeowner through their selling experience. SOLD.com is completely free for the consumer. 

“We are thrilled to be working with home owners in these new markets so that they understand and can be connected with the best ways to go about the home selling process,” said Matt Woods, President of SOLD.com. “For many, selling a home can be one of the biggest transactions of their lives. Therefore, by giving users the ability to understand all of the options available to them—be it a new technology or identifying the best traditional real estate broker in their neighborhood—they are able to choose the solution that is both the most comfortable and completes the transaction in the quickest time frame for the highest selling price.”

SOLD.com’s partnerships include emerging brands such as Purplebricks, Home Bay, Homie, Redefy, Roofstock, REX, RedfinNow, Reali, and Properly. The platform also includes thousands of real estate agents and, as part of its expansion, the company is currently actively identifying and recruiting the top local agents in the nation.

Woods continued, “Regardless of the solution the user ultimately chooses, SOLD.com’s core mission is to make the home selling process as painless as possible. As we expand our services into additional markets, we will continue to vet and add resources to our growing platform, drive lead generation for agents and offer guidance to both agents and consumers every step of the way.”

SOURCE SOLD.com

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