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Buyer Assist by REALTOR.com® is an online marketing tool to help real estate professionals target buyer prospects from REALTOR.com® home page.

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Features include:

  • Thousands of buyers opt to get updates on new listings. Price changes and open houses through the Search Assist by REALTOR.com® feature throughout the site
  • REALTOR.com® automatically sends new updates to buyers within an agent's local market – directly from them
  • Toll free number included so that prospects can conveniently connect to the agent
  • Receive email notifications of new phone calls and form leads so that the agent never misses a chance to reach out to new prospects
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