PHILADELPHIA, May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HomeJab.com, a free user-generated real estate video startup, is proud to announce the launch of their new national website. Having signed up hundreds of professional filmmakers, the company is looking to partner with top real estate brokers across the country to film their best listings.
The HomeJab team believes that the future of online real estate is about providing agents with high quality videos that are fun to watch and share on social media. "The real estate market desperately needs something more than boring photos and virtual tours," says Joe Jesuele, co-founder & CEO. Having already signed up 300+ professional filmmakers in all major cities, HomeJab.com is the place to go for real estate agents looking to produce a property video.
With today's advances, videos are easy to produce and they make the home hunting experience more efficient. But, where do real estate agents find a quality filmmaker who can produce a video at a reasonable cost with a quick turn around? That's where HomeJab.com comes in. The company has scoured the nation and partnered with the top real estate filmmakers in all major markets. Every city has several filmmakers with individual profiles and sample videos that real estate agents can view on the company's website before hiring them.
HomeJab's website is free of charge to upload, host or watch videos. The site is also free to contact and send a personal message to anyone. "Real estate agents do not want to pay for video hosting. We are completely free and do not charge our members for leads or to be shown on their own listings," says Jesuele.
HomeJab.com allows consumers to watch videos of America's hottest homes in every major city and is a new way for real estate agents to promote their listings (and themselves) for free!
HomeJab.com capitalizes on the explosive online video market and the popularity of sites like Zillow and Trulia to provide a consumer focused high traffic video website across the country. Founded in May 2013, (see Press Release) by cousins Joe Jesuele and Christopher Jesuele, the company has filmed over 450+ videos for local Philadelphia real estate agents. By expanding its video hosting services nationally in May 2014, HomeJab plans to become the "YouTube for Real Estate".
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