Toronto-based real estate startup WebsiteBox has acquired real estate marketing and technology company RealtySoft with the aim of expanding its offerings and rolling out a high-end, full-service site management product in the coming months.
Although announced today, the deal officially closed Jan. 18. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. WebsiteBox is a privately-funded company and acquired RealtySoft with its own assets, Kurt Lynn, WebsiteBox’s founder, told Inman News.
A Toronto-based real estate startup will begin offering feature-rich real estate websites tomorrow for what it says is the lowest price on the market — a one-time, $99 payment.
WebsiteBox describes its sites as sharp and attractive with search engine-optimized, ready-to-publish content customized by real estate specialty; lead capture and customer relationship management capabilities, an all-in-one control panel; a branded email address; perpetual 24/7 website hosting; and full Internet Data Exchange (IDX) search integration.