MyNextDeal now has access to Catylist real estate database

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MyNextDeal.com, which operates a vertical search engine for commercial real estate listings, and Catylist Inc., a provider of marketing-based commercial information exchange technology, announced a partnership that allows MyNextDeal access to Catylist's database of commercial real estate listings.

MyNextDeal will aggregate and index all commercial properties listed at Catylist's national commercial information exchange, which could be found at www.catylist.com.

Listings automatically update on a daily basis. Individuals who visit www.MyNextDeal.com will be redirected to the Catylist platform to view property information.

MyNextDeal's commercial real estate search engine results include all commercial property categories, including office, industrial, retail, multifamily, hotel, land and specialty properties.

MyNextDeal is based in Thousand Oaks, CA. The search engine has more than 400,000 commercial property listings

Catylist Inc. is based in Chicago. The Catylist Network currently houses 200,000 plus commercial properties posted by more than 85,000 commercial professionals.

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