European Property Gets its Star Moment

While it can be notoriously hard to gather comprehensive information on real estate sales in the U.S., Tom Dibaja found it even harder for European home buyers and sellers to do the same. Smelling opportunity, he founded Properazzi … which, after launching in March, now displays about 2.2 million listings in 49 countries throughout Europe and North Africa.


Ian

I would presuppose that the euro zone does not have a powerful organization that limits consumer information on property and (almost) forces them to use its members, thereby controlling and inflating fees?

If such an organization does exist in Europe than Properazzi has some lawsuits coming its way.

jonesey

This is a comment on the new RSS format. PLEASE bring back the full article in the RSS feed. It went to a one-line summary when you moved to the NYT site.

I have completely stopped reading the Freakonomics blog since the articles disappeared from the RSS site. I'm simply not going to click through to the web unless the teaser is highly compelling. With the full feed, I read almost every article.

Nick

Hooray! Now we can see just how terrible the housing market is a bit more clearly.

Nick
http://www.poli-think.blogspot.com

ils vont

Thats a really cool website. i am dying to live in europe this makes it easy to get your around what the real estate market is like abroad. My only complaint is that the search functionality is kind of confusing.

http://www.ilsvont.com

Maurice Vinci

If you want to sell your real estate in europe or when you are looking for a property you should visit www.PropertyMarket.eu
This is a great free website for the European Property Market.

Ian

I would presuppose that the euro zone does not have a powerful organization that limits consumer information on property and (almost) forces them to use its members, thereby controlling and inflating fees?

If such an organization does exist in Europe than Properazzi has some lawsuits coming its way.

jonesey

This is a comment on the new RSS format. PLEASE bring back the full article in the RSS feed. It went to a one-line summary when you moved to the NYT site.

I have completely stopped reading the Freakonomics blog since the articles disappeared from the RSS site. I'm simply not going to click through to the web unless the teaser is highly compelling. With the full feed, I read almost every article.

Nick

Hooray! Now we can see just how terrible the housing market is a bit more clearly.

Nick
http://www.poli-think.blogspot.com

ils vont

Thats a really cool website. i am dying to live in europe this makes it easy to get your around what the real estate market is like abroad. My only complaint is that the search functionality is kind of confusing.

http://www.ilsvont.com

Maurice Vinci

If you want to sell your real estate in europe or when you are looking for a property you should visit www.PropertyMarket.eu
This is a great free website for the European Property Market.