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ListGlobally expands its North American market

ListGlobally, a property listing syndicator, is expanding its North American market share, announcing partnership’s with several US brokerage firms.

Founded in Switzerland in 2013, ListGlobally has become the world’s largest online source for available residential properties, syndicating to the number one ranking portals in countries like China (Anjuke.com), India (99 Acres), France (SeLoger.com), Hong Kong (GoHome.com.hk).

“ListGlobally has been working with top brokerages across Western Europe for years and our priority with this expansion is to provide North American real estate professionals with as much exposure for their listings as possible,” said Byron Burley, president of ListGlobally North America and Oceania.

“With increased foreign buyer property taxes and limitations on international investment in places like Canada and Australia, the U.S. is seeing a significant uptick in interest from international buyers. ”

According to Listglobally, 86 percent international buyers spend more money on homes in the U.S. than domestic buyers. With approximately 1,450,000 U.S. property listings, ListGlobally is providing buyers around the world with access to local information.

According to a 2018 study by ListGlobally, the top U.S. real estate markets are California, New York, Florida, Louisiana and Arizona.

In California, Listglobally is partnering with Willis Allen, whose director of marketing Peyton Cabano said, “The ability to reach potential buyers directly through their preferred portals and in their native language is a benefit we couldn’t pass up. We believe our partnership with ListGlobally will be a win for our agents.”

Agents and brokers simply provide their properties directly to ListGlobally, these listings are then automatically translated into 16 languages and published on real estate websites for each region.

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