Selling Real Estate Online Gets a Much Needed Renovation

January 06, 2006 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
New York - A new social networking website gives Realtors and others trying to sell homes, apartments or land in the New York Metropolitan area more than ideal renters and buyers, it gives them money in their pockets., the webs most sophisticated social network, is giving sellers the opportunity to advertise real estate postings to their network of over 30,000 New York members and over 3,000 daily unique visitors free of charge.

Unlike other real estate posting sites which charge to advertise an available home, is offering free postings to sellers throughout New York. allows members to add pictures, descriptions and contact information within their postings. The service is easy to use and requires little time to set up. The site requires users to join a network of members who currently use the website to post jobs, sell real estate and interact with thousands of New Yorkers who already belong to MetroChai.

According to Gabriel Ahdoot, president and founder of MetroChai, no other site offers its members as many benefits, services and features as MetroChai. "It's a smart, upscale site designed specifically for people in the New York Metropolitan area," explained Ahdoot. "Members can find an apartment, promote their business, and find an interesting event all in one online community. It's the new way to socialize and conduct business."

"Today's professional men and women in the New York Metropolitan area are working longer hours," Ahdoot continued. "MetroChai was created specifically for busy New York multi-taskers who want to enhance their network without wasting time."

MetroChai provides a number of unique features, ranging from classifieds, job and real estate listings. The social network is frequented by thousands of New Yorkers looking to meet others who share similar interests. In addition, MetroChai boasts an extensive, searchable list of social, business, public, and free events for the entire New York Metropolitan area.

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