Intuit Picks RealSelect Property

In an effort to expand services for the rapidly increasing online real estate market, RealSelect and Intuit announced today they will enter into a strategic alliance.

RealSelect is the operator of real estate site, while Intuit owns Quicken personal finance software.

The partnership sets the stage for the companies to work together in conjunction with real estate brokers and other mortgage industry participants in developing new and enhanced online financial products and services, according to the companies.

“We believe RealSelect’s skills and experience in the real estate space
will be a perfect complement to Intuit’s strength in providing online
financial services,” said Mark Goines, senior vice president at Intuit.
“Our combined forces will enable real estate industry players to leverage,
and home buyers to experience, an
offering that will be unsurpassed by the competition.”

Market research firm ActiveMedia cited the real estate market as one of
five online business sectors poised for the fastest growth in 1998. In the
past month, many of the Net’s biggest players entered the real estate
market, and today’s alliance marks the latest in a series of partnerships
and content deals for both and Intuit. boasts 1.25 million home listings, and more than 3.8 million
visitors per
month to its site. Intuit makes Quicken financial software, and is behind, a finance site that reportedly receives over two million
visits each weekday.

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