With shares in companies like Zillow, Trulia, Realogy, ZipRealty, and Market Leader already trading on stock exchanges and others expected to go public in the months and years ahead, the tech-centric side of real estate is of growing interest to investors.

Inman News tech reporter Teke Wiggin discusses consumer-agent matchmaking sites like Brokur, Homelight, LessThan6Percent, and Agent Finder with Ross Kenneth Urken, personal finance

With shares in companies like Zillow, Trulia, Realogy, ZipRealty, and Market Leader already trading on stock exchanges and others expected to go public in the months and years ahead, the tech-centric side of real estate is of growing interest to investors.

Inman News tech reporter Teke Wiggin discusses consumer-agent matchmaking sites like Brokur, Homelight, LessThan6Percent, and Agent Finder with Ross Kenneth Urken, personal finance editor of “TheStreet,” on “The Moola Files.”

 

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