ZipRealty makes home shopping easy for consumers, agents, and brokers alike. ZipRealty’s fully comprehensive website services (and mobile app) personalize home buying and selling by providing customers with expert agents, updated MLS listings, free home value estimates, school data, photos, maps, and more. Working with brands such as Century 21, Better Homes and Gardens, Coldwell Banker, and Sotheby’s International, the company is helping businesses expand through technology, and helping people shopping for homes buy without stress.
ZipRealty’s newest software, Zap, is quickly becoming its own unique ecosystem for Zip partner agents across the country to gain valuable insights as they engage with new buyers and sellers. The platform links a company or agent’s websites and apps and provides predictive analytics and effective management tools for brokers and agents. Charles Solla, Senior Manager of User Interface and Design and a big player in the Zap project, understands the value of ZipRealty’s newest project: “It’s cool being a part of such a mobile movement.”
But ZipRealty isn’t just about work. Colin McConnell, Director of Business Products and the man responsible for launching the company’s wiki community, says that ZipRealty has a great balance between being a fun and energetic workspace: “People are very collaborative, they are willing to talk out issues and try to find solutions collaboratively, and it’s also just pretty fun in that I don’t think people take themselves too seriously, there’s a lot of joking around throughout the day.”
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