Sellsius is alive. Like a catchy trailer for a soon-to-be released film, the uninhibited Sellsius blog put the company's brand on the real estate industry radar a year before its founders unleashed their actual business model -- a national online community featuring property listings, profiles, user-generated articles, forums and classified ads. Sellsius founders Joseph G. Ferrara and Rudolph D. Bachraty III first promoted their plan for a real estate marketing Web site in late 2005 and launched the blog last year. The community portal, at SellsiusRealEstate.com, focuses on the macro rather than the micro -- the site is built to accommodate anything and everything that is remotely related to real estate. That means real estate professionals can post information about the standard categories of single-family homes, condos or co-ops as well as the more exotic: cabins and castles, food courts and fish farms, hobbit homes and houseboats, and waterfront properties and windmill conversions. ...
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