InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com released a new video case study showing how the site's real estate listings can arrive as much as six days sooner than those on competing service Zillow. With database feeds that update every thirty minutes and include all listings from every agency operating in the region, InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com consistently helps its users find the best Coeur D'Alene and — spokane real estate deals as soon as they hit the market. Another major advantage of InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com compared to Zillow is that the former boasts an accuracy rate of 99%, far above Zillow's frequently derided 63% rate.
"Whether it's peak buying season or the middle of winter, being among the first to become aware of new properties right as they hit the market is always rewarding," InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com representative Bryan Short said, "Many Zillow and Trulia users fail to realize that they are most often presented with data that is at least several days old. Visitors to InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com therefore enjoy a major advantage, with our database updating in minutes and ensuring that our users see the freshest listings on the market."
Although there have been occasional efforts to disrupt the status quo, access to American real estate listings is still mostly controlled through a longstanding network of regional "multiple listing services." When web service Zillow first came onto the scene in 2006, it promised to do away with the restrictiveness and secrecy that had come to surround real estate listings, a mission that earned it a rapidly growing user base from the start.
Before long, however, it became clear to many observers that Zillow had problems of its own. Within a year of the site's launch, the Wall Street Journal noted that, while many of its informal appraisals were reasonably accurate, those that strayed from the mark often did so in "terrible" fashion. Fortune weighed in with an even more negative verdict, criticizing the site as "just about worthless" for buyers interested in certain markets.
Even so, Zillow has grown steadily since, now serving tens of millions of visitors every month. The brand new InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com video case study highlights another reason for why this apparent trust could well be misplaced.
In plainly damning fashion, the new case study shows how listings of spokane valley homes for sale on Zillow can be as much as six days out of date. With so many homes in Spokane and Coeur D'Alene attracting interest from the moment of their arrival on the market, users of Zillow and rival Trulia could well be missing out on most of the best buys of all. Visitors to InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com, on the other hand, receive access to listings within thirty minutes of their being posted, giving them an important advantage.
The new video case study is available now at InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com. Visitors can also make use of the site's rapidly updated real estate database, with the newest listings from all of the brokerages in the area constantly being uploaded.
Delivering the freshest property listings from all of the active brokerages in Spokane, Coeur D'Alene, and surrounding areas, InlandNorthwestRealEstate.com helps buyers stay on top of a dynamic, opportunity-filled market.
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