White Plains, NY – (August 5, 2015) Jeomark, LLC announced the launch of QuantumListing, its crowdsourced commercial real estate listing app for iOS. The app employs a “freemium” model, so downloading it is free, as is Basic Membership. Premium Membership, available at low introductory rates, activates advanced features, and is available on a monthly, quarterly, or annual basis.
With Basic Membership, users can browse and search listings, and contact listing members via phone or e mail with the tap of a button. Premium Members enjoy all the features of Basic Membership plus they can post listings and share them via social media, such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter, as well as email and text them.
Jeomark’s principal, David Perlmutter, said of QuantumListing’s genesis, “This app resulted from a need I perceived in the real estate market – access to listings when I’m out on the road – and sufficient technological evolution to satisfy that need in a cost effective manner. When I started as a real estate salesperson in the mid 1980’s, the fax machine was an expensive novelty, which then evolved into a inexpensive commodity. I was the first person at the place I worked to use a personal computer. I’ve run an independent real estate brokerage company since 1989 and have always used new technologies to be competitive and offer services locally on a par with the large national companies. As a result of the consolidation in the real estate information sector, information service pricing is spiraling out of control. As a result of the high prices, those companies often seem more like acerbic partners than service providers. They are rich data sources, but too often, most of that information is not required on a day to day basis, and to use their mobile solutions, users have to pay an even higher premium. Our goal is to provide the information people really need, where they need it, at an extremely cost effective price. Today’s smartphone and cloud technology gives agents and owners the perfect tools to accomplish this goal.”
Perlmutter continued, “Even though QuantumListing is just beginning to attract users and listings, we feel that it provides tremendous value for the user for several reasons. Posting a listing is just a matter of a few minutes. You can be in front of your building and take a picture, use one from your phone’s album, or add a PDF. Your contact information is auto populated from when you register. Your listing is geocoded by entering its address, too, so you can easily find it on a map search. Then you can add additional optional property details to make your listing more searchable. Real estate brokers and owners have been slow to adapt social media to their uses, and many are just confused as to how to post their listings to social media. Our interface makes it extremely quick and easy. Another thing that will make QuantumListing an invaluable tool is the ease with which users can contact the listing agents and owners. There are buttons right next to the name of the listing to call, email or visit the website of the listing Member.
We’ve got lots of ideas on how to further enhance the app, and have already started working on that. In the meantime, we would love to hear from users what they would like to see added to the app, as well as if there are any aspects of it that are difficult or frustrating for them to use. Other future plans include a responsive website, and an Android version.”
Download QuantumListing from the App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/quantumlisting/id1018441288?ls=1&mt=8
Learn how to get the most out of QuantumListing by visiting: http://tipsandtricks.website/quantumlisting/
Direct your questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call David Perlmutter at 914-470-5719