ibidbroker.com for real estate – post 22 of 31

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marketing in a social age is devoting 31 posts this month to social and digital media and the real estate industry.

iBidBroker.com just might be the website that current and future homeowners use to source out a potential real estate agent.  I would suggest learning as much as you can about their services as possible.

The second thing I would do is, if you’re a Realtor, register on their website. Allow yourself to be searchable on this site.  And allow others to bid on your services.

Here’s a short video explaining a little bit about iBidBroker.com and their founder, Ajay Jain.


4 thoughts on “ibidbroker.com for real estate – post 22 of 31

    M.Waqas said:
    December 27, 2010 at 6:15 am

    Nice..Thankyou very much..

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    David Pylyp said:
    December 26, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    The one that bids the lowest commission amount will take the business without any regard to the complications, details or personalities involved in that transaction.

    The sellers see only the money they spend without a focus on the Value Marketing proposition that digital realtors provide.

    I recently sold a previous grow op that was ushered through the re occupancy and permit stage; ESA permits and re-inspections, numbers of different offers during the term of the listing and then the final sale with 3 different closings.

    The Sellers [lamented] at the end of the process that they never realised how many details were involved nor the complexity of dealing with a sale yet fought vigorously to make sure the commission they paid was minimal.

    I for one will not bid the commission only to sellers to have no idea of the complexity, marketing, presentation, online advertising, video marketing, digital colour printed brochures, QR codes on signs, pricing and value that a professional real estate agent adds in their marketing program.

    Search Homes West Toronto on Google and decide How you want your home presented.

    David Pylyp
    Living in Toronto

      karimkanji responded:
      December 29, 2010 at 9:26 am

      At first glance it does seem that ibidbroker.com will be dominated by low fee brokers and agents. I’m curious if other agents will use this space to promote the various services they WILL provide for the fee they are charging.

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