RealHome to Partner With MonsterDaata, MoveSource

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RealHome.com, a Web-based homeowners membership service, will announce tomorrow it has made integrated partnerships with Internet information infrastructure firm MonsterDaata.com and MoveSource Inc., a full-service relocation management company.


Through the partnerships, RealHome will unveil its next-level product offerings.


Financial terms of the deals were not disclosed, but according to RealHome, Stamford, CT, partnering with the two companies will enable it to enhance its online offerings by providing consumers with "some of the most sophisticated homeownership functionality on the Web."


MonsterDaata and MoveSource will, in return, have access to RealHome's growing database of homeowners and home buyers.


By partnering with MonsterDaata, RealHome members will be able to access comparable home sales data, cost-of-living analysis, community weather profiles, child- or elder-care and even information on buying foreclosed properties. In most cases, the information will be provided either for free or for a nominal fee less than $5.


Through the MoveSource partnership, RealHome members will be able to take advantage of the "amenities that were previously only available to corporate relocation clients" by working with a real-life move coordinator. RealHome said the coordinator is going to work similar to a travel agent, by working closely with RealHome members to ensure their moves are well-planned, flawlessly executed and reasonably priced.
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