RISMEDIA, July 12, 2007—Obeo, a provider of full-service residential real estate online marketing products in North America, recently announced its ability to be linked to Trulia and Google Base, two of the largest map-oriented real estate search engines on the Web.
“At Obeo, we have taken great measures to excel in bringing the best online marketing solutions to real estate professionals across North America,” said Obeo’s Chief Technology Officer Andy Evans. “With our recently enhanced ability to upload that dynamic content to Trulia and Google Base, our customers can get even greater exposure with each property they market using the tools Obeo provides.”
According to Brent Gray, chief operating officer of Obeo, “It’s not enough to have the best looking Web site; you have to have a solution in place to drive interested buyers to your online content. That’s why Obeo has gone to such great lengths to secure relationships with industry leaders like Trulia and Google. We want to make sure our customers have every competitive edge we can give them.”
Trulia and Google Base have established innovative methods to search online for real estate. According to Obeo, with its incredibly intuitive mapping software, buyers everywhere have the ability to search geographically for real estate listings by simply typing information such as a price range and a zip code, and then clicking on small icons that represent homes of interest.
While stagnant photos of listings may dominate similar sites, Obeo is bringing rich content like large format interactive panoramas and floor plans on which users can click and drag furniture into place.
“We are thrilled to add Trulia and Google Base to the marketing mix with our other partners like Realtor.com, Yahoo!Real Estate and Homes.com,” said Evans. “It’s another step in the direction of bringing our clients the best the Web has to offer while marketing their properties online.”
For more information, visit www.obeo.com.
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