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Thursday, December 07, 2006

Make Me Move: Sell Your Home with Zillow

The popular real estate site Zillow has introduced some new features today: you can now put your home up for sale along with pictures and descriptions for free, name a price at which you would move out (Make Me Move), and contribute to a Real Estate Wiki that's been seeded with 100+ articles.

In the area of consumer empowerment, being able to quickly list your house online for free is nice. It certainly makes the allure of hiring a real estate agent lessen.
I really like the clever Make Me Move feature: even if you're not serious about moving, someone might come along with a great offer that you would have otherwise missed out on. It works by allowing interested buyers to contact sellers anonymously through email.

Zillow is innovating nicely and might even be able to eventually cut out the middle-person (real estate agent).


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