Zillow expands Canadian network with 3 new affiliates

by Ephraim Vecina on 10 Dec 2018

Last week, U.S.-based real estate and rental portal Zillow announced that it has further expanded its network in Canada with the confirmation of listing agreements with 3 more brokerages.

The marketplace’s newest alliances are with HomeLife Real Estate Canada, Sage Real Estate, and Your Choice Realty.

These add to Zillow’s already substantial network – which represented more than 50,000 Canadian listings as of October – as the company steps up its efforts to establish a firm base north of the border.

Read more: Canadian listings go live on Zillow’s mobile app, web portal

The partners’ listings, accompanied with critical information such as property particulars and brokerage contact information, will be available to view on Zillow’s website and mobile app. This ensures these Canadian properties’ visibility and accessibility to the marketplace’s more than 100 million non-U.S. visitors per year.

“We’re thrilled each time we welcome more Canadian partners in displaying their listings on Zillow.com, because it’s a win for brokers, agents and consumers. Our Canadian partnerships are already driving increased traffic to Zillow, with more than half a million Canadian home shoppers visiting each month,” said Errol Samuelson, Zillow Group chief industry Development Officer.


Post a Comment

Most Trending News

How much do real estate agents make in Toronto?

Commission isn't everything. You should also take other things into consideration such as the cost of marketing, licensing, renting an office, and splitting commissions with the brokerage.

Read More
Can I use the word 'realtor' in advertising?

As a member of CREA, you can use REALTOR® in your advertisements but there are a few basic rules that you should follow in order to use the trademark correctly.

Read More
Personal real estate corporation Ontario

A personal real estate corporation (PREC) belongs to an individual agent or a broker. There can be many benefits to starting your own PREC in Ontario.

Read More