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REALTOR.comREALTOR.com® is the official site of the National Association of REALTORS® and is real estate’s most accurate website. Unlike other sites that rely on syndication, REALTOR.com® pulls its data directly from 860+MLSs. Additionally, most listings on REALTOR.com® are updated every 15 minutes, and the remainder updated at least every 24 hours. This focus on data integrity ensures that REALTOR.com® has the largest and most accurate database of homes for sale and rent available anywhere.

The National Association of REALTORS® 2011 study of homebuyers and sellers provided hard data about exactly how serious consumers used search sites, and here are some key findings from the report:

88% of consumers use real estate search sites 40% of consumers actually purchased a home they found online Almost 2/3 of the market is now comprised of repeat purchasers Repeat purchasers preferred to use REALTOR.com® 47% more that other sites with listings like Google, Yahoo, etc.

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NAR members are able to market their listings on REALTOR.com® and REALTOR.com® International at no cost. This basic listing on REALTOR.com® allows the home to be exposed to the millions of serious consumers who use REALTOR.com® to search every single month. REALTOR.com® also has a complete set of additional solutions that allow agents to build their buyer business and their listing busines

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