New Way to Use Craigslist

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Services for Real Estate Pros

Start a "Realtors Pick" of the Best Deals in your area. Every Realtor knows of an Absolutely Great Deal. This would be a place that they could post it for the Craigslist community to click on, and all the deals come up together. It would be the most clicked on listing, because all the work would be done for buyers, by the Realtors. I have this pretty well figured out of how it could be done. This would make Craigslist a great way to market homes. Let's face it, only the great deals are selling, but they get lost in the sea of overpriced homes that are listed. If anyone would be interested in learning more about how to get this started in your area, call 386-682-2271 Here is an example of what the website holding the good deals would look like, http://StealThisHome.info This would be new life breathed into Craigslist for Realtors. Click here to see what the Listing on Craigslist would look like http://daytona.craigslist.org/reb/1310380377.html

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