Gresham, OR, September 11, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- Property owners and agents now get a solid lift to the big leagues with a new service that automatically feeds their property listings to top-level search engines, both at home and abroad.
Listed properties may be located anywhere in the world, priced in any official currency, with measurements in either metric or English units. It also supports several popular European languages.
"Most everyone knows it's important to be listed on Google Base US, but there is a growing realization that being listed on Google Base UK isn't a bad idea, either. It's true 'all real estate is local'," said Bud Hovell of SyndaFeed LLC, "but all buyers are not. The more search engines you show up on, the more likely it is that you and your properties will be noticed. We think people will like how easy we made it to get to top search sites in a single shot."
Real estate has steadily gone global, he says. "Getting in front of potential buyers outside your own country looks to become more important for American sellers, just as it's always been for people selling from offshore markets. Today, every property on earth is 'offshore' of somewhere else, and most Americans don't realize US real estate looks relatively cheap to many foreign buyers. You can buy a nice house in the US for less than the cost of a tiny flat in central London or Dublin."
The SyndaFeed website is now officially open for free signup at http://www.syndafeed.com