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Realtor.com Launches Online Real Estate Question-and-Answer Feature

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RISMEDIA, August 26, 2009-Ask a Realtor, a new online question and answer feature recently launched by Realtor.com, offers homeowners, sellers and buyers answers to real estate questions from Miami-area Realtors who know and understand the local market.

Through Ask a Realtor, visitors to the Realtor.com Blogs site can now ask questions free-of-charge and anonymously that will be answered only by licensed real estate professionals. Questions can be on any real estate-related topic ranging from local market trends, mortgages and home values to buying, selling, home inspections and more. Questions will be forwarded to a local Realtor or to one that specializes in the area of expertise most relevant to each question. Most participating Realtors in the Ask a Realtor program are active members of the Realtor.com Blogs community. Answers are emailed directly to the consumer by a Realtor.com moderator, and some are posted on the homepage of Realtor.com Blogs for everyone to read and enjoy.

“Ask a Realtor creates an informal yet highly informative, free service for anyone interested in or involved in real estate,” said Realtor.com President Errol Samuelson. “Because homeownership is often one of the biggest investments consumers make in their lives, Ask a Realtor was developed to help people navigate real estate, establish relationships with local Realtors, and as a convenient method to ask questions that’ll be answered by licensed professionals with hands-on experience in the local market.”

For more information, visit www.realtor.com.

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