Fizber Prospers During Tough Times

Fizber Prospers During Tough Times

Fizber response to the struggling housing market is, “This, too, shall pass”. The company remains positive even in this market.

Miami Beach, FL (PRWEB) October 28, 2008 — While many real estate companies are struggling in today’s economy, continues to experience rapid growth as the U.S. largest FSBO marketplace. Traffic to the site increased 12% in September, which generated more than 30,000 unique visitors and over 4 million page views on the site.

Fizber, a leading real estate search engine which lets buyers find homes for sale across the United States, says it has no layoff plans. “We are in a good shape, Fizber has enjoyed so much growth recently, so we are actually looking to expand,” says Julia Foster, Fizber VP of Marketing. “In fact, we want to hire a couple of folks to help make Fizber better. If you are interested in a career opportunity with our company, please send us your contact information and a copy of your resume. ”

High interest rates and sluggish property prices mean that now is not the best time to be selling a home. But regardless of the market there are always people who decide to sell for personal reasons, such as job transfers, expanding families or, sadly, stretched finances. “Don’t panic, with the right approach, you can sell your house even in a slow market,” adds Julia Foster. “Although the housing crisis is dragging down the home values and sales, this too shall pass. The ups and downs of the market are just part and parcel of it.”

About ( is the U.S. largest FSBO marketplace with inventory of over 2 million listings valued in excess of $500 billion. With home listings throughout the United States, strives to connect buyers and sellers more effectively. The site offers to list for-sale properties on a multiple listing service for a $349.95 flat fee, to submit property ads to a variety of property search engines for a $299.95 flat fee, and a package of both services for $499.95. Prospective homebuyers can browse property database, available at, at no charge.


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