RISMEDIA, Dec. 6, 2007-Threewide Corporation announces Listhub.NET, a new division that delivers a much needed service for today’s residential real estate brokerage industry: listing asset management. Threewide Corporation was established in 1999 to provide data management services and technologies to the MLS industry. According to the company, the launch of ListHub.NET marks an exciting new chapter for Threewide with the focus on serving real estate brokers.
“We are very excited about the future of ListHub.NET. Our experience working with MLS companies across the nation has provided our company with a great insight into the frustrations of the present and the opportunities for the future,” commented Luke Glass, president of Threewide Corporation. “We clearly understand that the listing is one of the most valuable assets a real estate brokerage company has today. These listing assets, if managed effectively, are capable of providing the listing broker and agent with exposure to the most potential buyers, while streamlining the operations of the brokerage.”
The company says that ListHub.NET is a listing asset management system that gives brokers a single dashboard for controlling where their listings appear online and how the listings are displayed. Property search Web sites available through ListHub.NET include Google Base, AOL Real Estate, Cyberhomes, Trulia, Zillow, Yahoo! Real Estate, Homescape, MyREALTY.com, edgeio, Vast, Hotpads.com, Propsmart and Oodle. Reporting is provided at the broker level with side-by-side statistical comparisons between the advertising channels. Agents can be provided access by their broker allowing them to view and monitor traffic for their listings, and receive property-specific reports to share with their sellers.
The new broker division is based in Alexandria, VA, where the ListHub.NET team will focus on solving data-related issues for real estate brokerages nationwide.
“We are focused on bringing real estate brokers the market intelligence that will position them to make better decisions when it comes to managing their listing assets.” said Celeste Starchild, vice president of Broker Sales. “Since we operate independently from media companies and others with vested interest in advertising results, we bring an impartial perspective to brokers. This service is critical in today’s explosive and confusing online landscape.”