Monday, October 27, 2008

Realtor.Com® Launches New Redesigned Site For Home Searching

A redesigned REALTOR.com, the nation's No. 1 real estate Web site, will launch today to deliver even more user friendly features to consumers and more value and power to Realtors® marketing their brand and client properties.

Visitor activity continues to increase within REALTOR.com, the official property Web site of the National Association of Realtors®(
NAR), which is operated by Move Inc. (NASDAQ: MOVE), the leader in online real estate.

“Realtors® pride themselves in being industry innovators, and the all-new REALTOR.com site reflects how we add value to the real estate transaction... Consumers, too, will be pleased with the redesign. The site is more user friendly, contains more listing data including neighborhood and school reports, and shows home value comparisons – and a new search function will make it easier to find what they want.”

“REALTOR.com is the nation’s most popular real estate Web site, and we’ve watched with excitement as consumers respond favorably to the redesigned Web site in this challenging market,” said REALTOR.com President, Errol Samuelson.

Throughout the site, newly integrated and intuitive search features have reduced the number of clicks consumers take as they search, while improved navigation features swiftly power them through REALTOR.com’s 4 million-plus listings. Listings are now time-stamped for freshness, while greatly enhanced personalization options offer convenient and timely alerts so consumers remain current as new information or listings become available.

“The redesign of REALTOR.com now offers a world-class search experience that clearly delivers what consumers want and need as they search for their next home,” said Lorna Borenstein, president of Move.



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