Every day, potential customers pass by the brick-and-mortar offices of real estate companies. What if there were a way to capture their attention, show them home inventory, get their contact information, and track which properties are of highest interest to them -- before they ever set foot inside a brokerage office? Real estate startup imageSurge has an answer: interactive storefronts. These large, slim window displays allow passersby to explore online real estate listings in real time and at any hour -- whether an office is open or closed -- with the press of a few buttons. The dynamic displays represent a stark change from the static paper listings often seen hanging inside the storefront windows of real estate offices, according to Ilya Alshine, CEO of imageSurge. “Really...
May 22, 2013 by Paul Hagey
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