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Can you name that price?

Real estate technology roundup
Published on Jul 10, 2008

ZipRealty offers Realius price game Brokerage company ZipRealty has teamed with online real estate gaming company Realius (see Inman News) to offer a real estate price prediction game. The game allows players to guess at home prices by viewing information on actual for-sale properties. The game features properties in the Boston, San Francisco and Seattle market areas through ZipRealty at http://predict.ziprealty.com. The pricing game is also available in other market areas through other real estate companies. Estately gets San Francisco Bay Area listings Estately.com has expanded its real estate search service to the San Francisco Bay Area, adding more than 40,000 properties from the area's four largest multiple listing services, the company said. Estately now offers details on nearly 160,000 listings, including information on nearby parks, schools, restaurants, and transit stops near each home. Seattle-based Estately, which launched as ShackPrices.com in 2006, ...

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