how do i add my listings
What I did before was registering for an account as a Realtor, wait until the webmaster confirm my status and then I add the listing.
Hope this helps.
Thank you for your interest in Zoocasa!
Real Estate Professionals can now also upload their own listings directly onto Zoocasa.com for FREE!
Sign up for a FREE agent account, it's easy. Click here to Create an Agent Account: http://www.zoocasa.com/en/users/sign_up?agent_signup=true
Click on the link and you will be taken you through the sign up process.
You'll need to enter your email and select a password. Next, you can enter basic information (name, business title, phone number), a validation link, such as your company website which helps us confirm that you are a licensed real estate agent.
You can include your brokerage info via the search box or, if it's not there, you can add it to our database.
Once this information is confirmed, your account will be approved and you'll be sent an email notification (within 24-72hrs).
To upload your listings, sign in to your account and look for the "Uploaded Listings" tab http://www.zoocasa.com/en/my_zoocasa/agent/listings. Click on the tab, which directs your to the upload listings tool where you can enter the listing details and upload one photo.
TREB members can have your listings automatically indexed, by having the broker of record sign an agreement form and returning it to Zoocasa so we can file it with. Once the form is filed with TREB all of your listings will appear on Zoocasa automatically.
For more information on this or other questions please email us at email@example.com.
It's not too complicated, go to upload listings and follow instructions
Go to main menu please
if you're a realtor go to the upload listings menu and follow the instructions. If you're trying to sell your home, you need a realtor that uses Zoocasa to do it for you.
Go to upload listings and follow instructions.
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