In this article you will learn what Real Estate Bees property syndication network is and how you can benefit from it.
But before we dive into it, let's first understand what problem Real Estate Bees property syndication network solves.
So, if you are reading this, the chances are high that you are either trying/planning to sell your real property (personal residence, investment property or a commercial building) or you are a professional who sells real estate for a living (realtor, wholesaler, flipper, etc.).
Regardless who you are, all of those mentioned above individuals have one thing in common - they all want to sell their property as fast as possible.
Well, if it were so easy, every one would be able to do that. Unfortunately, there are many direct and indirect variables involved in the process, which all affect the final outcome.
There is a saying in the industry that goes "I just need one," meaning a seller simply needs to find that one person who will fall in love and buy that property. Sadly, that 'one' often doesn't even get to see the property because of its limited exposure.
So yes, in a way there is the 'one' out there for each property. But if that 'one' either finds it sometime down the line or doesn't get to see it at all, that inherent desire to sell fast will never materialize.
This is how we came up with the Real Estate Bees property syndication network!
Real Estate Bees property syndication network is a constantly growing network of participating partner websites each of which showcases properties available for sale on their sites, thereby dramatically expanding the exposure of all listed properties in the network.
In other words, when a property is listed for sale on one of the partner websites in our network, that property gets syndicated to all the participating sites.
Therefore, it allows sellers to reach significantly greater number of eyeballs (and more likely to find that 'one') and potentially sell considerably faster as opposed to listing a property on a website that has no distribution capabilities.
So if you are asking yourself how your property ended up on a website which you didn't submit it on or you've received an email notification from Real Estate Bees saying someone is interested in your property, you've just got your answer :)