Online video companies expand real estate offerings
TurnHere Inc., an online video solutions platform, today announced a partnership to become a trusted video production partner for WellcomeMat, an online video management platform where site members market properties and local businesses. As part of the initial relationship, TurnHere will provide at least 250 local neighborhood videos for WellcomeMat’s new video search product.

Online video companies expand real estate offerings
TurnHere Inc., an online video solutions platform, today announced a partnership to become a trusted video production partner for WellcomeMat, an online video management platform where site members market properties and local businesses. As part of the initial relationship, TurnHere will provide at least 250 local neighborhood videos for WellcomeMat’s new video search product.

Through the agreement, WellcomeMat will gain a video production partner with wide local reach, a proven style and extensive experience in the real estate and small- and medium-size business (SMB) verticals. In addition, TurnHere will be represented in WellcomeMat’s filmmaker directory, providing the company with access to prospective clients seeking videos for their local business or real estate listing. WellcomeMat will also display TurnHere video content on its search pages, directing prospective customers to TurnHere’s WellcomeMat profile page where visitors can hire a filmmaker, request a quote or contact TurnHere directly. Through the partnership, WellcomeMat will more than double the number of local video producers available through their proprietary platform.

TurnHere’s founder and CEO Bradley Inman is also the founder of Inman News.

Estately users can share home searches
Estately.com, a real estate search and brokerage company that works on a referral basis by connecting consumers with real estate professionals, has announced the launch of online tools that allow home shoppers’ friends and family to join in a home search. Consumers who use the search site can share their notes on homes for sale and view properties and feedback shared by their friends and family members. Users also have the option to make their personal "My Estately" search information public and to invite others to view their saved homes and notes at a unique URL (see a sample here).

Roost adds four states to property-search service
Roost, a real estate search engine, on Thursday announced the launch of its service in the New England area, extending its coverage to New Hampshire, Vermont, western Maine and northern Massachusetts. The company’s network now includes more than 6,000 U.S. cities and market areas. Roost.com offers information on resale, new construction and for-sale-by-owner properties.

Roost also offers property listings information for homes in Atlanta, Austin, Baltimore, Boise, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, Miami, Minneapolis, Nashville, Orange County (Calif.), Orlando, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, St. Paul, Tampa, California’s Silicon Valley, St. Louis and Washington, D.C., among other market areas.

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