RISMEDIA, June 21, 2010—N-Play, one of the real estate industry’s first online offer and negotiation services, is proud to be a featured company in the “Start-Up Alley,” part of Real Estate Connect, held at the Hilton San Francisco Union Square on July 13-15, 2010. To be featured in the Start-Up Alley, companies must use technology in an innovative way and tackle a problem in the real estate market.
“This is a great opportunity to showcase the unique value of N-Play to the leaders in the real estate industry. With over 90% of consumers shopping for homes online, the future takes us to the next step with buyers becoming directly engaged in the offer process as well. It’s a natural progression,” said Mark Bloomfield, founder and CEO of N-Play. “In the end, the goal is to improve the entire process and experience for everyone involved, while at the same time improving the overall business and practices for the agent.”
According to the company, N-Play is the industry’s first online service that provides a simple way for multiple buyers to place competitive, non-binding, comprehensive and secure offers on any property at anytime from anywhere.
The fundamental business methods and processes unique to N-Play led the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office to recently issue U.S. Patent #7,664,682. Business method software patents are considered a rarity and are the most difficult patents to obtain through the USPTO with less than 17% being approved.
150 speakers and over 2,000 real estate leaders and executives from around the world are expected to attend the conference. In addition to N-Play\®, other companies will be exhibiting in the areas of mobile devices, Web 2.0, social media and technology.
For more information, visit www.n-play.com.