ChangeAddress Signs Partners

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ChangeAddress.com, Atlanta, a provider of online change-of-address services, announced a partnership this week with two online real estate sites owned by Classified Ventures.


ChangeAddress.com provides a one-stop solution for online address-changing needs through its network of more than 50,000 banks, magazines, credit card companies, alumni associations, businesses and other institutions.


Consumers send their change-of-address information to ChangeAddress.com, which in turn alerts companies to the changes. The service allows users to avoid going to the post office to forward their mail and calling or writing to every business or institution that needs to be informed when moving, according to ChangeAddress.com.


Classified Ventures' online real estate marketplaces include Apartments.com, one of the largest online apartment sites on the Web; MovingCenter.com, a moving portal; HomeScape.com, a real estate information site; HomeFinder.com, a home listings indexing site; HomeHunter, a local real estate service available through newspaper Web sites; and NewHomeNetwork.com, an online marketplace for builders, developers and buyers of new homes.


ChangeAddress.com says visitors to Apartments.com or MovingCenter.com can use ChangeAddress' address-changing process in 15 minutes or less.


"Our mission is to consistently offer the best service to the millions of Apartments.com and MovingCenter.com users that are relocating," said Matt Wise, vice president, general manager at the Classified Ventures real estate division. "ChangeAddress' efficient change-of-address service nicely complements our own goals."


Kevin Reilly, vice president of business development at ChangeAddress, said, "The momentum for ChangeAddress is extraordinary. Market leaders in every category are anxious to partner with ChangeAddress because of the critical problem we solve for their consumers."
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