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RISMEDIA, Jan. 19, 2007-In its January Issue, Realtor® Magazine, a business magazine for real estate professionals, cites as a space that Realtors can call "their own." The magazine outlined how WannaNetwork started and how it is fairing as an online site built specifically for the real estate industry.

When Realtor magazine first set eyes on WannaNetwork, it had a registered member base of only 3,400 and has since grown to just under 6,000. This rapidly expanding site for all kinds of real estate professionals has existed to help new players and old-time professionals alike in connecting with one another. What started out as a marketing stint for a sales associate on has since progressed into something that real estate professionals can call their favorite destination on the Web, a site truly of their own.

WannaNetwork, unlike so many other online networking sites, is specifically for the Real Estate Industry and among other online sites for the real estate industry, WannaNetwork has made navigation easy and very user-friendly. The network has comprehensive listings from Realtors, a directory of personal Web sites, forum sections, blogging, video chat, and other features for rich information sharing.

WannaNetwork is a powerful online networking community designed for real estate professionals primarily in the United States, but the network has members in Canada, Mexico and Europe. Launched on May 2006 by Tony Sena of Realty One Group in Las Vegas Nevada, the network allows members to connect to other like minded professionals and share relevant news and information relating to the real estate industry.

As of January 2007, registered members totaled 5,796 and the number is increasing on a daily basis. The network is open to appraisers, home builders, home inspectors, home insurance agents, home stagers, lenders, loan officers, escrow officers, title officers, transaction coordinators, real estate agents, real estate brokers, reach estate coach, real estate investors, real estate media, real estate trainers, commercial real estate agents, and property managers. Membership to the site is free.

The easy-to-use social network is mainly designed to assist the Real Estate Industry in their business. Recognizing that not all online networking sites are geared specifically for the Real Estate Industry, WannaNetwork fills the space.

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