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A Record 3.17 Million Home Buyers Were on Point2 Homes in March

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A Record 3.17 Million Home Buyers Were on Point2 Homes in March
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It’s becoming clear that Point2 Homes is increasingly used as a preferred home search portal by potential home buyers, sellers and renters in Canada, the US, and several international locations such as Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, and Mexico. The traffic numbers for March are here to prove it, showing that more than 3.17 million visitors landed on our website, an all-time high.

Only 3 months have passed since we predicted that 2016 would be an awesome year, and it looks like we’re very much on track.

Here, at a glance, are our achievements in March:

P2H traffic March 2016 (002)

More than 19 Million Page Views – Canada Sees the Biggest Increase

Traffic rose by 33% in March 2016 compared to the same month last year, reaching a new record of 3.17 million visitors. Most visitors — over 2 million — came from search engines like Google and Bing.

The potential home buyers, sellers and renters landing on our website visited an impressive number of pages, over 19 million; another way to think about this is in terms of pages viewed per hour — more than 25,000!

Most visits came from Canada — a 61% year-over-year rise, which translates into 1.86 million visits. In the U.S., the increase was more modest — 12% — or 1.09 million visits.

The number of home buyers and sellers contacting agents is now up by 70%

We’re really glad when we can deliver great news to our Point2 agents as well. In March, the number of potential home buyers taking a step toward contacting agents on Point2 Homes grew to an incredible 230,000, which marks a 70% year-over-year increase.

If you’d like to offer your listings preferred placement on Point2 Homes, all you have to do is get the Point2Agent marketing package which includes a generous number of listing and agent ads together with other top-of-the-line advertising options for real estate professionals.

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