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Internet Tools For Property Sales

iShow Media Release – September 2006

iSHOW Ltd is an internet based marketing company that delivers professional website listings, tools and unique signage to property owners to allow them to sell their own property and attract property buyers.

Vendors go to and list their property for sale. After the listing appears on the website, they receive the “iSHOW Kit” which includes a double sided For Sale sign, Open Home Flag and signs, Trademe Property listing and newspaper advertising.

They can also choose various optional products such as Flyers, Virtual Tours etc. in addition to their website listing.

The Real Estate Institute argues that it is a difficult process to sell your home privately. We disagree. has been designed to help you and hold your hand through every step of the selling process. We provide all the tools you will need to successfully sell your home. Not only will you save thousands on agent’s commissions, you will achieve the best price through effective marketing and professional design.

The website also lists very useful information to help vendors such as tips to prepare their property for sale and ideas for running successful Open Homes.

Buyers can find their dream property and negotiate directly with the owner to achieve a successful deal for both parties.


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