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Help-U-Sell ® Real Estate Hosts Technology Demonstrations This Week

Sarasota, Fla. – Help-U-Sell® Real Estate hosts free technology demonstrations this Wednesday, June 22 and Thursday, June 23 for real estate professionals who are interested in opening a franchise.

Participants will learn about the company’s proprietary technology platform, which includes national and local broker websites, the back-end Office Management System (OMS) and the tools Help-U-Sell has to drive leads to local affiliates.

Help-U-Sell’s solutions that are tailored to the needs of the busy real estate professional:

  • A Referrals Module that enables sending and receiving buyer and seller leads to any Help-U-Sell office and tracking the referrals’ progress

  • A Listings Module that makes it easy to upload videos, 360˚ virtual tours and documents

  • A Sales Module that displays past sales by type and statistics

  • A Contact Module that organizes contact information for buyers, sellers and leads

Participants will have an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the call. Interested attendees can register for the demonstrations using the following links:

June 22 at 8 p.m. EDT:

June 23 at 5 p.m. EDT:

Created 35 years ago, the Help-U-Sell ® model was the pioneer for providing an alternative to the dated commission structure, something that had gone uncontested for years in a market overrun by a monopoly of traditional brokerage firms. Help-U-Sell ® forged a revolution in the real estate industry by proactively challenging the commission structure, and has continued to perfect its full-service set-fee model today.

For more information on franchise opportunities with Help-U-Sell ® Real Estate, visit or call (888) 619-7776.

Help-U-Sell ® Real Estate is the world’s first set-fee real estate company, with offices in 36 states, and operations in South Africa, and the Philippines. The company has revolutionized the real estate industry by focusing on information and transparency to consumers. Help-U-Sell ® differs from traditional brokers, not in the level of services provided by its licensed brokers throughout the country, but in the dollar amount that the consumer pays for those services. 

Publish Date: 6/20/2011 12:00:00 AM