NeighborCity provides home buyers and sellers with the ability to make informed decisions when it comes to choosing their agents and brokers. Cardella, Miller and Vahabzadeh are staunch advocates for real estate owners and prospective owners, around the country.
Even with all the technological advancements available today, it is still incredibly difficult to find a website with unbiased information on local real estate agents and their listings. Most other online resources either only feature their own agents or agents who pay to be there. They do not list all of the Realtors in your area, nor do they identify those who best suit your current needs.
By scouring the web for real estate listing and transaction data, identifying the agents and brokers involved, tracking and collecting the resulting data, we recreate a professional history or agent "baseball card", that allows us to compare competing real estate agents by neighborhood, to determine how they performed for their clients. Did they deliver the goods and get the home sold or were their clients forced to re-list with another agent? Were they able to find their clients reasonably priced listings to purchase? Leveraging this information, our AgentMatch®recommendation engine gives users the power to identify the best agents for any given property they seek to buy or sell.
Unlike other sites where realtors pay to be ranked as "featured agents", NeighborCity uses a sophisticated algorithm that analyzes Agent's transaction history and active listings to provide the most objective and relevant rankings of Realtors in any area. If you are currently looking for an agent, this is the place where you are going to find one that suits your need. Talk to one of our real estate specialists today, we will make sure you know what you need.
Co-Founded Ski West, Inc. in 2001 with a $250 thousand investment and sold it four years later for $25 million cash. Ski West generated $50 million in annual sales and over $200 million in sales since its inception. Mr. Cardella directed Ski West's Information Technology, Marketing, Business Development, and Legal departments and, as its CEO, managed over 130 employees. Mr. Cardella founded NeighborCity in 2007.
Worked in the investment banking and trading divisions of Bank of America Securities and Morgan Stanley in New York and London from 1999-2007. Mr. Vahabzadeh managed risk strategies for high net worth clients in the U.S., Europe and the Middle East. He was most recently the Investment Manager for a New York-based commercial real estate investment firm, where he executed and invested in three separate projects from 2008 to 2010. He joined NeighborCity in 2010 and is its second largest investor.
MinnPost: Website's Antitrust Suit Challenges Practices of Minnesota Real Estate Agents - In the Internet age of shared information and digital competition, an intriguing and important legal battle has emerged in Minnesota challenging the area’s biggest real-estate agents.
SmartMoney: I Love My Real Estate Broker - Americans love critiquing services online, but when it comes to rating real estate agents, few reliable forums exist. How brokers are evading scrutiny.
New York Times: New Battle on Providing Real Estate Agent Performance Data - Once again, a real estate Web site is ruffling feathers by making performance data on individual real estate agents available to the public.
Caare.org: CAARE sides with Neighborcity.com - When a broker sells a house should they require a copyright on their clients' data when it does not further the purpose of selling the house? Does it constitute self-dealing to obtain copyrights on client data?