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Global video real estate map mash-up . . .

How many buzz-words do you need? viewr.com is live.

Color me skeptical about video listings. First, I like big, detail-rich photos, and second, I don’t like small, shaky, mpegged-to-lego-sized-blocks videos. But at last we know why god created lite jazz…

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  • 5 comments

    5 Comments so far

    1. Tyler Sookochoff October 27th, 2006 9:49 am

      Did you add this listing, Greg? http://viewr.com/search.property.html?vlsn=1000020
      If so, why only one picture?!?! Or maybe you were just playing around a bit.

      I think video is in its infancy. I agree that right now most video is ‘small, shaky’, etc. But I think in time it will come to be a valuable marketing tool for sellers. An infomercial of sorts for their home and neighborhood.

    2. Michael Price October 27th, 2006 2:06 pm

      I started a comment here that was getting so long, It turned into a post here: http://www.mlpodcast.com/blog/2006/10/message-vs-medium.html

    3. Paul October 31st, 2006 10:02 pm

      Not all videos are shakey. Look at this one (click on PAUL). It looks very clear.

    4. Tyler Sookochoff October 31st, 2006 11:02 pm

      Wow, best example of a video tour I’ve seen so far. Obviously the file is quite large and it takes a while to load- but I guess that will be the price the consumer has to pay to get something of value.

    5. Karl Lingenfelder September 7th, 2007 2:41 pm

      viewr’s next iteration is coming soon:

      http://viewrlistingsystem.com/viewrnew2007-F.html new features too.

      our current offering to Agents is here:

      http://www.viewrAgent.com

      We are starting to do a Big Job with MLBroadcast/MLPodcast content.

      — Karl