Naperville, IL, September 24, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- With so many homes on the market in the Chicago suburbs, and with so few hours of free time, prospective homebuyers are making the most of sleepless nights combing the internet for their new home in their pajamas. The days of riding around aimlessly in strange neighborhoods, burning up time and gas, looking for a nice brick home with 2 car garage, nice backyard, and sidewalks are over. There are only so many homes you can physically see in a day or a weekend.
While research indicates that over 80% of all home buyers start their search on the internet, they are doing more than just starting their search. With the second generation of real estate websites like www.ChicagoSuburbia.com, not only can future home buyers, start their search but the next generation technology allows them to perform sophisticated, side by side, comparisons of like properties. It also provides the ability to identify similar properties, in the event that the home’s location is not to the buyers liking.
“Simplicity and privacy are the keys to a successful real estate site for consumers,” says John Miller, Realtor and owner of www.ChicagoSuburbia.com. People like to see what their dollars will buy before they go out with an agent,” continues Miller. The web will continue to play an enhanced and expanded role in educating and informing consumers about the housing market.
For more home buying strategies go to www.ChicagoSuburbia.com or contact John Miller, Realtor, at (630) 607 2992. Charles Rutenberg Realty; Chicagoland office, home to 800 agents: Naperville, IL.