Real Estate


Residents and real estate agents ask Google for time to clean up

A CROMER street has been perpetuated in a squalid state on an international search engine website.

Google Buys Manhattan Building  See full article from DailyFinance

Google (GOOG) is buying the huge Manhattan building that houses its New York City offices in a deal that values the property at close to $1.9 billion, The Wall Street Journal reported, citing unnamed sources.

Google Could Offer Property Searching

MICKEY News In Tech 24.02.2010
Why is Google Getting Involved in Real Estate?

News came this week that Google was putting $86 million into helping fund 480 low-income housing units across the Midwest and West Coast.

Google Could Offer Property Searching

The UK Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has expressed that regulations should be relaxed to allow new property search websites to increase competition and “shake up” the “traditional” housing market model. Whilst Tesco’s former proposal to launch such a service fell, largely due to regulation burdens, it is expected that should rules allow, Google will launch a property searching service later this year.

Google sheds light on real estate plans

MATT CARTER Inman News 15.01.2010

Google Maps Can Find Anything, Even Real Estate Buyers

Laurie Sullivan Media Post News 08.07.2009
Google sheds light on real estate plans

NEW YORK -- Google's recent refinements in the real estate space -- which include creating "place pages" for individual listings -- don't mean the search-engine giant is moving to create a national multiple listing service, the company says.

Google Maps Can Find Anything, Even Real Estate Buyers

Google has improved its real estate search capabilities on Google Maps, a feature that lets people search for sale and rental property listings on its mapping service.


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