Real estate marketing technology company RealBird has launched a toolbar that can send clients’ questions about properties found on third-party sites directly to the agent, the company announced Monday.
Agents can customize the toolbar — termed a cross-website property inquiry tool — to show buttons for featured listings, community news feeds, and property search, among other applications. The search is map-based and uses listings data from Google Base. Conduit powers the toolbar itself.
Clients install the toolbar — which you (the agent) can self-brand — in their browser and when they find a property they like — whether they found it on Zillow, Trulia, Realtor.com or any other website — they can click the toolbar’s "Property Inquiry" button to send you the title and URL of the property for more information. You then receive an e-mail notification and the inquiry is also saved in your RealBird account.
The toolbar comes with a RealBird "Pro" membership, priced at $99 per year. "Pro" membership also includes unlimited single-property websites with YouTube video capabilities and listing and search widgets that can be used on blogs and social media sites like Facebook.
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