Buyer’s Edge adds searchable ‘Sold’ listing data to website
Buyer’s Edge, an exclusive Buyer Brokerage company, announces the addition of a ‘sold’ real estate listing feature to its website. Buyer’s Edge is the first real estate company in the Washington, DC metro area to provide searchable, accurate, pertinent and timely ‘sold’ listing data from Metropolitan Regional Information Systems (MRIS).
“One of the reasons we invested in this technology,” said Stephen Carpenter-Israel, President of Buyer’s Edge, “is that we believe it is important for consumers to have accurate ‘sold’ real estate listing data at their fingertips when buying a home. By providing data that is a year old or less, consumers have access to relevant and comparable information when evaluating properties that are for sale, or preparing to make an offer.”
At Buyer’s Edge, an essential component of the home buying process is taking the time to help educate clients about the real estate market in Maryland, Northern Virginia and the District of Columbia. “With this new website feature, consumers can analyze ‘sold’ listings on their own,” said Carpenter-Israel. “It’s an opportunity to confirm all that their Realtor is sharing with them.”
Buyer’s Edge hopes that past clients will also enjoy accessing the ‘sold’ listings feature to see what has recently sold in their community. “It’s a good place to start to see if the time is right to sell their current home,” Carpenter-Israel concluded. Source: PRNewswire