Thursday, 19 July 2007

Real Estate Exchange

One time I had wish a property swapping instead of selling. What I didn't realise is there is such thing. Our house is been on the market for a month now at least but still no offer, lots of viewers though. I am thinking that it would be much easier just to swap and we can move on. With DomuSwap - The Real Estate Exchange we could potentially give it a try. But I must talk to hubby in case something will go wrong. I really think this is worth a try. And also would I consider swapping? Absolutely, as long as its done in a fair deal, why not? Should be easier this way as we know the fact about today's market that there are more sellers than buyers. Therefore really did a great job of introducing this swapping properties instead. is an online listing service exclusively for sellers of residential real estate who will consider an exchange of property. These gives people chance to easily relocate in a long run. So dont wait any longer if you want to move, you dont need to sell your house, you can just swap it with Do register it beforehand and your good to go. Mind you, a trade can also mean a lower mortgage, since any existing equity is applied towards the new purchase. And with DomuSwap's multi-way swap notification, you can enlarge your trading network even more.

Online Residential Real Estate Trading; The Future of Real Estate

Sarasota, Florida – May 31, 2007 - Infoblazer LLC. announced today the release of its new real estate trading web site,, at the 2007 District 13 Technology & Business Expo in Sarasota Florida.

About DomuSwap
DomuSwap is an online listing service exclusively for sellers of residential real estate who will consider an exchange of property. Unlike most other real estate search engines that focus exclusively on buyers finding houses, DomuSwap caters to sellers looking to also buy another house and who therefore may be interested in an exchange.

In a real estate market such as the current one, there are many more sellers than buyers, and therefore few offers and sales. Many of these sellers, however, are actually buyers needing to sell their existing homes before they can buy. Using computer based matching of seller specified criteria, DomuSwap can uncover possible trades among listings and expand the seller’s market to include many more potential customers

Infoblazer will be marketing DomuSwap nationally, so trades can be accomplished nationwide, as well as within the same market.

About Infoblazer
DomuSwap is developed by Infoblazer LLC. Infoblazer is a Sarasota based software development and consulting company, providing application development services to large corporations. Infoblazer’s founder, David Moskowitz, has consulted for companies such as General Electric, where his work was featured in a CBS 60 Minutes profile of GE CEO Jack Welch. David’s other products have also been profiled in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. David is also the Chairman of the Sarasota Java User Group and the creator of the XX Framework open source web development framework.


David Moskowitz said...

This is David, the creator of Domuswap. Thanks for blogging about our site.

I would definitely encourage you to consider trading your property by listing it on our site. Think of it as a supplement to whatever you are doing now to sell your house.

The nice thing is, there is no obligation or risk. You may get inquiries from other parties interested in your property, or you may send out such inquiries. No contact information is exchanged until you approve the request. If you are not interested in a trade, simply reject it. Also, your swap criteria is kept private, so nobody knows exactly what you are looking to purchase. really no risk, only upside potential.

Also, the trades do not need to be of equal value. You essentially negotiate the price of each property (like a normal transaction) and make up the difference in cash or mortgage.

Please let me know if you have any other questions about the site.

Thanks again


haze said...

thank you very much.

But do you do UK as well?