Most Home Corp., a leader in the Internet real estate services industry, today announced an agreement with HomeGain to provide lead response and lead qualification for all online inquiries for the Canadian real estate market and add HomeGain leads for select U.S. market areas to their Most Referred Real Estate Agent Network.

Through Most Referred’s network of more than 5,200 peer-nominated real estate professionals, consumers have access to the most referred Realtors in more than 2,600 markets across the U.S. and Canada. Most Referred’s licensed Lead Qualification Teams specialize in lead response, qualification and management.

“We are very excited to be working with HomeGain. The ability to apply our lead response and qualification expertise to leads that are generated via HomeGain’s consumer portal and match those clients with our Most Referred Real Estate Agents, is a win-win-win,” said Glenn Davies, vice president of marketing at Most Home.

Glenn Houck, senior vice president with HomeGain Inc., said, “With their agent’s knowledge and HomeGain’s quality leads, this partnership will provide both companies with an effective and profitable online marketing strategy.”

Established in 1999, HomeGain connects buyers and sellers to agents and brokers. HomeGain has 3 million Web site visitors each month and more than 300 partnerships, including Yahoo!, Google, MSN, AOL, CitySearch and Fox News.

HomeGain founder Bradley Inman is also the founder and publisher of Inman News.

Most Home‘s broker and agent Web solutions incorporate its lead generation, qualification and management system. Most Home Corp. also operates Most Referred Real Estate Agents Inc. Established in 1997, Most Referred is a licensed real estate company in British Columbia, Canada, that is engaged in acquiring and qualifying real estate leads for its network of about 5,000 peer-selected real estate agents in about 2,600 market centers across the United States and Canada.


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