SCOTTSDALE, AZ--(Marketwired - July 16, 2014) - American Nortel Communications, Inc.: (ARTM) today announces that Newborhood.com, a wholly owned subsidiary of American Nortel Communications, Inc. releases its proprietary moving technology nationwide to 12,000 cities.
Newborhood is the first end-to-end real estate solution that personally guides an individual throughout the entire moving process. Our proprietary software delivers a personalized and interactive moving guide that is uniquely tailored to an individual's specific moving needs. It is like having a personal moving assistant to remind you of everything that needs to be done.
Moving is a stressful, complicated, and time consuming process that 36 million Americans go through every year. Up until now, real estate innovation has focused almost exclusively on improving one aspect of the highly fragmented moving process. Newborhood provides a solution that integrates multiple industry verticals into one comprehensive user-friendly platform. Newborhood organizes the complicated moving process into 6 chronological blocks, allowing an individual to enter the system during any point in the moving process. For more information, please visit www.newborhood.com.
Newborhood has entered into agreements with more than 45 affiliate partners in the real estate and moving industries to deliver products and services to our users at the exact moment they need them in their moving process.
Preston Williams, President of newborhood.com states, "The implementation of this incredible platform has been tedious, but we are proud of the finished product. With the economy expanding, relocation is a growing industry and this is a service that will greatly enhance the decision making processes involved in moving. We are excited about being able to help educate, inform, and guide people throughout the stressful process of moving."
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