Destin, FL, January 15, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Its become a popular portfolio of domain names, and now the owner is going to sell it to the highest bidder. This rare real estate domain name portfolio is composed of all 50 U.S. state names. Despite the credit crunch, real estate remains one of the top five topics visitors search on the Internet.
The Real Estate Domain portfolio as it’s known on the web may be found at Real Estate Domain dot com, and it may be one of the most comprehensive real estate domain name collections to ever be amassed. It includes Washington D.C., making the full portfolio 51 names.
All the domains in the portfolio start with the word find, followed by each state name, and end with the word houses.com like Find California Houses dot com. All are developed into web sites.
Google mapping technology now provides satellite images of neighborhood exteriors throughout much of the U.S. and it will only be a matter of time before web surfers will be able to see all real estate listings inside online with the increase in video tours.
A program has already been started to do so in Florida. Home buyers are eventually expected to be able to purchase homes through new technology online without even having to view property in person, which is already beginning to catch on in some local real estate markets, especially resort areas.
The Real Estate Domain portfolio may be the way real estate will be marketed and sold in the future. There will always be a need for sales people, but this portfolio could offer a whole new edge in marketing and selling real estate.
Studies show 80% of all buyers and sellers now go to the Internet first to conduct research and view listings, including homes, condos and land. As technology on the web breaks into new frontiers this portfolio will offer visitors a regionalized avenue to search real estate listings and other information as Web 2.0 becomes more and more a part of the Internet. For more information on the portfolio or to make an offer to buy it visit Real Estate Domain dot com.