Posts Tagged MOBILE REAL ESTATE LISTINGS

New device allows you to display PC imaging wirelessly to an HDTV, great for ‘real estate client interaction’ or webinars / RealtyGo blog |

Wireless display from your PC to your HDTV... RealtyGo blog

The Altona AT-HDAir ($219) enables you to display content from your PC to an HDTV (HDMI or VGA connections) Completely wirelessly, no cables needed, much like RealtyGo’s Mobile Real Estate Application.  The Device uses wireless technology to transmit content you are currently looking at on your PC (laptop or desktop) to an HDTV, within range. (needs to be within 30 feet but can transmit through walls).

Great for Agent-client relations in any real estate office or networking area.  Review contracts or properties on RealtyGo/MLS/Realtor.com/Zillow etc not to mention the great value add for your clients, to have a larger display  vs. huddling around your laptop or desktop computer in your office.  With the prices of HDTV’s continuing to drop you could pick up an HDTV monitor/display for anywhere between $149 and $500 depending on how large of a display you want.  Then simply put it on the desk next to you or better yet mount it on your office wall with a bracket that is adjustable and pull it out when you need it.

In the past this was available in lo-res but now it’s available in HD (720p) and it also will broadcast audio along with the video. You simply plug a small USB transmitter into your laptop/desktop PC (Windows only at this time) and then have the receiver located near your larger HDTV.

Great for the office – integrate this with a large HDTV in your near-bye conference room so Potential Buyers/Agents/Brokers can take advantage of a webinar together?

RealtyGo.co – Your Real Estate Listings Best Friend!

Special thanks to Max Pigman for turing us on to this new technology.

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QR Code’s are Powerful… but only if you use them within a well structured system – RealtyGo

QR Code’s are Powerful and allows your Business information to dynamically update, while using the same QR Code in Print or any type of advertising campaign, even after the promotion is over or the real estate listing status has changed; ie- Sold, TOM, AWC, Pending etc.. !

Each time you list a property for sale, often times the next step is advertising. Your Client expects  you to advertise their real estate for sale and do so in a reasonable time frame.

Mobile Real Estate done right!

With RealtyGo you can list your real estate property and use our advanced software technology to promote and sell real estate while saving you money and repetitive/duplicate work load. If you typically print full color flyers, or even black and white flyers for your listings, it can become expensive, especially if a majority of the people taking the flyers are nosy neighbors or lookie loos that are just curious. There is also the inconvenience of monitoring flyers each day or several times a week to ensure they are fully stocked. If you have multiple listings, this can become quite a chore, much like baby sitting your listings. With RealtyGo we offer the ability for end users like Potential buyers, New Customers, Lookie loos, and other Real Estate Professionals to access your listing while standing right in front of them; or when seeing the listing advertised in a print ad (like the image above) or even from a digital TAG, advertised on the internet (like Criagslist,Realtor.com, Trulia, Zillow, etc.. ), not to mention all your other real estate listings as well, using Mobile technology. Now end users can use their Mobile phone or iPad, etc.. , and Scan or Text to get all your real estate listings and current listing information; photos, your professional contact info, your professional website and more, via any mobile device.

Digital TAG

Lets say a Client wants to change their listing price, or has new professional photos they would like to add to a listing. If you have already run a print ad or sent out mailer/flyers in regards to the property, they may be irrelevant and out of date by the time a potential buyer or new customer contacts you about the listing. This could be detrimental in the sale of the listing and creates drop off or abandonment rate from consumers, even outrage in some cases if the change of information works against the prospective buyers agenda.

With Mobile Real Estate Listings and RealtyGo, you simply update your listing information within an easy to use log in area at RealtyGo.co and anytime a potential buyer, new customer or  business professional access your listing(s), they will receive the most current information every time. This will reduce your printing costs and the worry work of potential ads running in magazines or newspapers that may not be up to date or as relevant as they should be, based on a change in the real estate listing information, etc.. . You can continue to use the same Mobile listing TAG even after a listing has sold. Simply reassign the Mobile URL within your login area to one of your “Other” real estate listing, enabling your Mobile real estate listings to always be working and relevant in regards to your professional real estate business, saving you valuable time and keeping operating cost low, maximizing return on investment.

Mobile Listing TAG

RealtyGo enables you to run print ads and advertise your listings with a dynamic TAG called a Mobile Listing TAG, which can be placed everywhere, and will always bring back the most current and relevant information from all your real estate listings, by scanning the QR Code “Smart Code” or sending a Text Message for listing information. Once a potential buyer accesses any of your listings, any time you edit or make a change to the listing thereafter, an alert automatically goes out to the potential buyer, notifying them that a change has occurred to the real estate listing they requested information from, for instance a price reduction or offering the listing for lease vs for sale or vice versa.

Once the end user has the Mobile real estate listing(s) on their hand held mobile device, they can easily forward the listing(s) by text message or email, which gives your listing the ability to travel and be seen on all Unified Channels giving it the viral effect. A Husband can quickly access a listing, see photos, pricing, your contact information, then send it to his wife or an investor all in a few moments, displaying your listing efficiently and in a well organized professional fashion with all you contact info and professional business information. Potential buyers and other real estate professionals can even auto schedule an appointment to meet with your from within the listing, right from their mobile device, freeing up valuable time that you can use to network, focus on day to day activities and your real estate business.

Your Mobile Real Estate Listing on a Mobile Phone;

Mobile Real Estate Listings... from RealtyGo

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Visit RealtyGo’s- Trulia Blog, helpful functionality tips from RealtyGo.co http://www.trulia.com/blog/RealtyGo

RealtyGo Blog now on Trulia

Step by step Real Estate information in regards to your Mobile URL’s – Mobile Listing TAG’s and more…

http://www.trulia.com/blog/RealtyGo

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RealtyGo.co official launch date – January 18 2011; Get your unique Mobile URL before someone else does….

Thank you for all your patience and for pre-registration.

Our official launch date and our World Wide Website debut will be tomorrow January 18 2011.

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RealtyGo.co / Mobile Real Estate and more...

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How to use RealtyGo services and secure your unique mobile URL

RealtyGo is a user friendly software service for anyone promoting real estate listings.

4' by 2' Printable Label for Mobile real estate listings

Using our SmartCode or Mobile text message gateway, Potential home buyers, new customers and business professionals can receive immediate real estate listing information, pictures, contact info, virtual tours, your personal website, etc.. .
Listing with RealtyGo is affordable and easy. Your first listing is $9.99 (per month) and each listing thereafter is $4.99 (per month) We also provide you with a Mobile URL to TAG all your listings and create a robust keyword search term that becomes specific to your real estate listing(s)/business. An example of a Mobile URL is the word “DEMO” in the 4′ by 2′ Printable Label TAG, shown here in the photo;  We chose a generic Mobile URL – “DEMO”, however imagine your Unique Mobile URL; Example “VonRealty” – any time a potential buyer or new customer searches for the term “VonRealty” your current and archived real estate listings are presented and your Mobile URL will become your online resume of all your real estate activities, real estate listings, personal contact info and much more.

RealtyGo’s real estate listings are properly TAG’ed and index with all major Search Engines, like Google,Yahoo, Bing for premium SEO. What this means for you and your real estate business is your Mobile URL “VonRealty” becomes a unique “KeyWord” for search engine optimization and becomes relevant when a potential buyer is searching for you and your real estate listing(s)/business.

Many times potential buyers or new customers may forget the address or listing agent of the  vacation home or real estate listing they liked;  Mobile URL allows any lister, Agents/Brokers, FSBO,VRBO,etc.. , to TAG their listing(s) with one easy to remember Mobile URL. The best feature of the Mobile URL is its specific to the listing and your “type” of listing – which is well organized for easy search and delivers your listings with accurate SEO and keyword search on all major search engines. It’s like having your own WWW for each one of your real estate listings, that all sync together under your professional membership account with RealtyGo.

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Tablet rush could herald changing of the guard in computing space – RealtyGo.co

Windows Software

LAS VEGAS–Remember the days when Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) and Intel ruled the world? Everyone used desktop or laptop computers running Windows software and powered by Intel chips. While there were alternatives (think Mac), most of the world computed with Wintel whether they wanted to or not.

Today, thanks in large part to the smartphone and tablet cavalcade, the world’s primary computing platform may change. Microsoft and Intel are relatively minor players in both smartphones and tablets, whereas upstarts Google (NASDAQ:GOOG) and Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) are leading the game. At the Consumer Electronics Show here, Motorola (NYSE:MOT) and LG took the wraps off tablets powered by Google’s Android 3.0, dubbed Honeycomb, and Nvidia’s Tegra 2 processor. Though Honeycomb is not yet complete, vendors are promising to ship devices in the coming months.

Further, Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM) is gearing to release its PlayBook tablet this quarter, while Apple likely will soon introduce an updated version of its iPad. And Hewlett-Packard has scheduled a Feb. 9 event where it may announce a webOS-powered tablet.

If consumer and enterprise users move the bulk of their computer use to tablets and smartphones–as some believe they will–then the relevance of Microsoft and Intel could fall into history.

“The future of computing is mobile. That doesn’t mean that desktops and notebooks go away, just that the growth appears to be in smartphones and other light computing platforms,” wrote Current Analysis analyst Avi Greengart in response to my questions on the topic. “Right now, ARM and phone vendors have a decided advantage over Intel and PC manufacturers. This is not only relevant for tablets, but for smartphones as well–it’s why Apple, Dell, Asus, Acer, HP, et al are all trying to become smartphone vendors.”

Microsoft and Intel are attempting to reinsert themselves in the smartphone game, though their efforts are still in the early stages. As for tablets, Intel is working to supply chips for the gadgets but silicon vendors such as Nvidia have managed to capture the lion’s share of awareness in the space. For its part, Microsoft has said Windows Phone 7 is not intended for tablets and that tablet vendors should instead use its Windows 7 operating system for their devices, despite criticism that the platform is not suited for touch-based tablet computing.

Interestingly, according to a Financial Times article, Microsoft is at work on a “rewrite” of Windows geared toward touchscreen tablets. Microsoft representatives weren’t immediately available to provide details on the reported effort.

“Google’s Honeycomb poses a much bigger threat to Microsoft than it does to Apple,” wrote Forrester Research analyst Sarah Rotman Epps. “Of the 24.1 million tablets we expect U.S. consumers to buy in 2011, the majority will still be iPads, but consumers looking for a cheaper, feature-rich alternative will turn to Google, not Microsoft.”

Asymo’s Horace Dediu took a broader view. In a post titled “This is the most exciting CES ever,” Dediu noted that PC makers have embraced platforms beyond Windows, and Microsoft has moved Windows beyond Intel architecture by embracing ARM Holdings. “These actions confirm the end of the PC era. Although most people would characterize the era as exemplified by a particular form factor or market, for me the definition of that era is the way the value chain was structured and hence how profits were captured.”

So what does this mean for the current crop of tablet and smartphone vendors? Despite evidence of a withering Wintel, it’s not a panacea. CCS Insight analyst Geoff Blaber told me that Android tablet vendors are already caught in a race to the bottom–a trend highlighted by Android tablets nearing the $100 mark–which indicates that vendors will have to innovate on the service layer to effectively compete. And they have a steep hill to climb, considering the work Apple has already done on the service layer (think iTunes and App Store).

Concluded Current Analysis’ Greengart: “One thing is certain: There is a rush to market here, and products that can deliver a clear and differentiated value proposition have a shot at standing out in the crowd. Slapping components together with a stock OS may work if you’ve got a time to market and distribution advantage, but that won’t be sustainable for long. There will be a lot of carnage along the way.”

Tablet rush could herald changing of the guard in computing space RealtyGo.co

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RealtyGo’s 12 by 12 Sticker/Cling for Condominium Windows, Garage Windows, Business Windows, etc.. .

RealtyGo offers many different types of print ready PDF images, which automatically populate all your current listing information within your unique mobile listing code(s).

In the log-in area of your membership with RealtyGo you will have access to all the different types of PDF formats. You can either purchase your signage from RealtyGo or email the desired PDF to you local preferred printer.

Depending on the type of listing, the header or “top area of the image” will change accordingly. If the mobile listing category is ‘for lease’ the header image will display “FOR LEASE” (as shown in the image below) or  FOR SALE, VRBO, FSBO, APT4Rent, etc.. .

Advertise your Mobile Real Estate Listings everywhere!

RealtyGo – offering QR Code and SMS/MMS mobile technology to access all your mobile real estate listings and professional business information using any Smartphone, tablet, flip phone or any PDA device!

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T-Mobile eyes cheaper smartphones – RealtyGo.co

T-Mobile USA is going to push its smartphone prices down in a bid to attract more first-time smartphone users to postpaid plans, the company’s CEO said.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, T-Mobile CEO Philipp Humm said the carrier plans to sell a number of devices running on Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android platform that retail for $100 or less. “We are working with our vendors on this one to drive the price of smartphones down,” Humm said, adding that not all customers want an expensive, high-end device.

Affordable Smartphones by T-Mobile go Viral / RealtyGo - Mobile Real Estate Listings

The push by T-Mobile, the nation’s No. 4 carrier, highlights the efforts that all operators have made recently to push smartphone prices down and change their pricing plans to attract more first-time smartphone buyers. Subsidies by carriers have helped bring the price of some Android phones to well below $100. T-Mobile itself offers several such deals, including for phones like the LG Optimus T and the Motorola Mobility (NYSE:MMI) Charm.  Sprint (NYSE:S) just announced that it will launch the HTC  Evo Shift Jan. 9 for $149.99 after a $100 mail-in rebate on a new, two-year contract. Additionally, flat-rate carriers are offering cheap Android phones even without a subsidy. MetroPCS (NASDAQ:PCS) offers the Huawei Ascend for $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate and Leap Wireless (NASDAQ:LEAP) offers the phone for $140.

Aside from handset pricing, carriers are also working to lower the cost of smartphone data plans. AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T) rolled out tiered, usage-based data pricing last year, charging $15 for 200 MB and $25 for 2 GB of data. Both T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) have followed AT&T’s lead with similar data pricing options.

T-Mobile does not plan to gear its entire lineup toward to the low end of the market though, and will still offer high-end devices. However, the company has struggled to attract postpaid subscribers. T-Mobile lost 60,000 postpaid subscribers in the third quarter, an improvement from 140,000 net postpaid losses in the year-ago period but a sharp drop from 106,000 net postpaid additions in the second quarter.

via T-Mobile eyes cheaper smartphones – RealtyGo.co

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Verizon to pair iPhone with unlimited data plan – RealtyGo.co

Verizon Wireless (NYSE:VZ) plans to sell a CDMA-capable iPhone from Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) with unlimited data service, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal, helping Verizon distinguish the smartphone from AT&T Mobility (NYSE:T), which stands to lose its exclusive grip on the device.

Verizon to offer the iPhone with unlimited data plans...

The report, which cited an unnamed source familiar with Verizon’s plans, said the carrier will begin selling the iPhone around the end of the month. The Journal, along with other media outlets including Bloomberg and Reuters, reported that Verizon will unveil the iPhone at a media event in New York City Tuesday. Verizon sent out invitations to event, which starts at 11 a.m. EST and will be headlined by Lowell McAdam, president and chief operating officer of Verizon Communications and the former head of Verizon Wireless. The invitation asks recipients to “join us as we share the latest news,” but provided no details. FierceWireless will be onsite Tuesday covering the event.

AT&T has been the exclusive provider for the iPhone since 2007 and last year introduced tiered, usage-based data plans. Verizon has long offer an unlimited data plan for smartphones at $30 per month, but late last year added an option of 150 MB per month for $15.

Verizon has been insisting for months that its network is capable of handling increased traffic from an iPhone. The company’s network has been tested by an influx of millions of subscribers using devices that run on Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android platform. AT&T has admitted it was unprepared for the deluge of traffic the iPhone caused, but has since spent billions upgrading its network to support faster data speeds and increased traffic.

While the announcement by Verizon is not yet official, analysts are already trying to predict how the competitive landscape will be altered if Verizon does launch the iPhone. Sales estimates by many analysts vary, but a consensus has emerged that Verizon might sell 9 million to 12 million iPhones in 2011. Others, however, are more cautious.

“PRTM believes that analyst predictions of as many as 13 million Verizon iPhone sales in 2011 are unlikely to be fulfilled,” PRTM analyst Dan Hays said. “More likely, we will see 2011 Verizon iPhone sales in the range of 5-7 million, slowed by the high cost of subscribers breaking existing contracts, limitations of Verizon’s CDMA technology for multi-tasking and global roaming, and an attractive portfolio of competing 3G and 4G devices in Verizon’s arsenal.”

The iPhone’s arrival from Verizon could also help blunt the growth of Android and stall BlackBerry maker Research In Motion (NASDAQ:RIMM). According separate reports from research firms Canalys and the NPD Group, Android captured around 44 percent of the U.S. smartphone market in the third quarter, besting both Apple and RIM.

via WSJ: Verizon to pair iPhone with unlimited data plan – RealtyGo

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RealtyGo is designed to work with other listing applications and all Real Estate companies; See HomeSmart for example…

RealtyGo is designed to help everyone when listing real estate. Professional delivery and a well organized listing will be seen and sell faster in todays competitive marketplace. We have designed easy to use applications that allow listers, realtors, FSBO’s, etc.., to promote their Mobile Real Estate listings everywhere.

Here is a key example of how RealtyGo fits in with HomeSmart and their Realtor signage.

RealtyGo / HomeSmart / 4x5 sticker

With RealtyGo’s application you can showcase all your listings, with our QR Code(s) and/or  Mobile Listing TAG’s, everywhere; on your real estate signs, flyers,newspapers,magazines,within other real estate related websites -(craigslist, Realtor.com, Zillow, VRBO, FSBO, etc.. .)

When your listing sells, you simply update your information in the computer and assign a new listing to your account, all your current signage and QR Codes will automatically display your new updated information, saving you expensive costs to reprint new QR Codes and purchase new stickers to place over old stickers from previous sold listings.

RealtyGo assigns a unique mobile listing code to each of your listings, making them more personable and easier for customers to relate to. For example:  if you have a beach home your selling/renting you may want to choose your unique mobile listing code to resemble something unique to the beach home; Ex: “beachhome”  “mybeachhome” or “beachhome7” this way customers will have an easy reference for listings they are interested in, using the unique mobile listing code(s), vs. a long address. Customers and potential buyers will also be able to use google to input  your unique mobile listing code(s) to get your listings and professional information, which is organized and properly coded within the RealtyGo data base for google to index and display. Potential buyers can also search the RealtyGo data base on our homepage by simply entering in your mobile listing code(s) “Beachhome” / “mybeachhome” “beachhome7” in the search bar to display all your current real estate listings and professional business information. Each mobile listing code is unique to the person that registers it first, kind of like a www. except for your mobile phone and mobile real estate listings. Get your unique mobile listing code(s) today and start promoting your real estate listings everywhere!

RealtyGo.co / HomeSmart / Mobile Listing TAG's

RealtyGo offers HomeSmart Realtors and all Big Box Real Estate solutions to promote your Mobile Real Estate listings.

If you have a unique type of signage and would like RealtyGo to design an “easy fit” application or sticker to fit your Real Estate organization, please email us with your detailed criteria or email us a picture of what your company is currently offering and we can customize your application.

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