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ZenRealEstate.com launches new real estate search engine

Mar 25, 2010

AskZenRealEstate.com has announced the launch of its new powerful MLS listings real estate search engine for buyers looking for property for sale in Southwest Florida, including Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Sanibel and Captiva Islands. "With this MLS listings real estate for sale search engine, buyers can search for real estate throughout Southwest Florida, including Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Sanibel and Captiva Islands and Lee County," said Robin Speronis, owner/broker of Zen Real Estate of Southwest Florida. "Users can access MLS real estate listings 24/7, to see the properties they want, when they want." AskZenRealEstate.com is Southwest Florida's leading source for information on the region's changing real estate market. Now, in addition to its informative real estate blog, the site's visitors can receive real time, up-to-date MLS listings. With a free MLS listings real estate for sale search engine account from AskZenRealEstate.com, users can obtain detailed information about current listings as well as recently sold properties in a specific area, including tax information, pictures and maps. Users can pick their own detailed search criteria and receive an e-mail report every morning with price changes and new listings meeting their criteria. They can also maintain a personal file of favorite properties, which is automatically updated to reflect changes. Visitors to AskZenRealEstate.com can instantly communicate with Speronis through integrated messaging and property notes. This technology and easy access to a knowledgeable professional allows Southwest Florida real estate buyers to gain a competitive advantage on finding their bargain real estate. Speronis founded AskZenRealEstate.com to empower buyers. She understands what it means to buy property in this changing and challenging market and knows all buyers have a desire to purchase their home as efficiently as possible at the best value. Southwest Florida real estate is seeing a dramatic drop in prices.  For more information, visit AskZenRealEstate.com.  
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Mar 25, 2010
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