For potential homebuyers who want a little history in the market, some websites are a little bit limiting.Buyer's Edge, a D.C.-area brokerage company that exclusively serves buyers, recently added a sold real estate listing feature to its website just to address that issue.A screenshot showing the new Buyer's Edge website functionalityThe company says this makes it the first real estate company in the Washington, D.C., metro area to provide searchable, accurate, pertinent and timely sold listing data from the Metropolitan Regional Information Systems (MRIS)."One of the reasons we invested in this technology," said Stephen Carpenter-Israel, President of Buyer's Edge, in a statement, "is that we believe it is important for consumers to have accurate sold real estate listing data at their fingertips when buying a home. By providing data that is a year old or less, consumers have access to relevant and comparable information when evaluating properties that are for sal...
- Buyer's Agent in DC has added a sold button to its website.
- The quick access to sold listings allows buyers to make a more educated decision.
- The new feature streamlines the search process.