A new entry into the real estate search genre, Diggsy.com, has added National real estate listings to its website. The site, with a concentration on speed, simplicity and usability has been testing in South Florida with limited data for the past 6 months. During this time, traffic and engagement grew to impressive levels along with excellent feedback from test cases.
With the addition of National listings, Diggsy.com aims to make a significant impact on the real estate search market. The initial feed brings the available inventory on Diggsy to over 1.4 million properties representing a majority of active residential real estate and up to par with current National competitors. Founder Jesse Friedman states, “It is an exciting time for Diggsy. Our platform has tested well and we are confident that the addition of National listings will take us to a whole new level.” Friedman also claims that other data sources will be tapped in the coming months in addition to allowing brokers and home owners to add properties directly.
The main focus of the site is keeping search simple and fast, and existing users have taken notice. “This is how real estate search should be” claimed one @DiggsySearch Twitter follower and other users and industry professionals agree. South Floridians claims of a stress-free search and the appreciation of a clean design with little fluff have resonated across the net and now users across the United States can try Diggsy.com out in their own local markets.