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Help-U-Sell® Real Estate To Exhibit New Technology at REALTORS® Conference & Expo

Sarasota, Fla. – Set-fee real estate company Help-U-Sell® Real Estate will demonstrate its latest web-based applications next month at the REALTORS® Conference & Expo in Anaheim, Calif.

“We are in the innovative period of Help-U-Sell Real Estate’s existence, and we have a lot of exciting new projects planned for the coming year,” says Robert Stevens, the company’s Chief Operations Officer and Chief Technology Officer.

Help-U-Sell Real Estate’s newest technology benefits the company’s brokers and their clients who are selling their homes. A QR-code generator and a Craigslist-code generator enable brokers to efficiently market their listings to today’s tech-savvy homebuyer.

New tools have been added for sellers, as well. Sellers have their own logins to their brokers’ sites so that they can send documents and notes to each other in one secure, easy-access location. Sellers also can see how many times their listings’ have been viewed, print flyers advertising their homes and download their listings’ QR codes.

“Help-U-Sell has been experiencing a revitalization in the past couple years. Everything from our websites to our systems and tools has been completely modernized,” says Ron McCoy, Help-U-Sell Real Estate’s Vice President of Business Development. “This is the most exciting time in our history.”

McCoy encourages expo attendees to stop by booth 519 at the REALTORS Conference & Expo to learn more about Help-U-Sell Real Estate’s technology tools for brokers.

Attendees who would like to schedule a private one-on-one consultation are invited to send an email to

Created 35 years ago, the Help-U-Sell Real Estate 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 Real Estate 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.

Publish Date: 10/5/2011 12:00:00 AM