homesales.com.au launches International listing product

homesales.com.au, the property arm of Australia’s number one automotive classifieds business, carsales.com Ltd, has partnered with ListGlobally to provide international exposure for Australian property listings.

The new service will be offered as part of the homesales.com.au Premium Experience listing package where, via homesales.com.au and ListGlobally, client agents can upload For Sale listings to an international network of real estate websites.

ListGlobally was established in 2010 and connects over 50 real estate websites across the globe. In conjunction with homesales.com.au, the service allows Australia property agents to access more than 40 million* prospective purchasers around the world. The service is included in homesales.com.au Premium Experience listing package providing agents with a cost effective mass audience and the ability to generate more leads.

Rhett Dallwitz, General Manager of homesales.com.au said the addition of ListGlobally services to homesales.com.au’s Premium Experience package was an important development for the Australian real estate site.

“The ability to market individual properties to a global audience can be a powerful selling point for agents when discussing marketing plans with vendors”, Mr Dallwitz explained.

“The great part of our agreement with ListGlobally is that we’ve packaged the international listing product into homesales’ existing Premium Experience package. There is no additional cost for this service to our Premium clients,” he stated.

Chris Vulovic, CEO of ListGlobally said “There has never been a better time to leverage the global market and we are very excited to work with homesales.com.au to bring this global product to real estate agents in Australia”

“As the real estate market has recovered globally, a new interest in the global market of real estate has emerged with investors increasingly looking overseas to build portfolios of real estate in healthy economies like Australia or property that can be bought under market value in distressed economies as in Europe. In the US alone overseas investment has increased by almost $20 billion in transactions last year, up from 66.4 billion in 2011 to $82.5 billion in 2012.”, Ms. Vulovic explained.

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