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Countdown To Buy Launches Private Label Solution

""Countdown To Buy"":http://www.countdowntobuy.com, an online real estate marketplace headquartered in Bethel, Connecticut, recently launched ""powered by Countdown To Buy,"" a private label solution featuring the company's online offer management and negotiation platform.

According to the company, the new designation enables institutions and real estate companies to leverage their existing brand and take advantage of the benefits offered by Countdown To Buy's platform and hosted solutions.


Countdown To Buy's online platform allows qualified homebuyers to purchase properties through an offer management policy that automatically reduces the price 1 percent per day until an offer meets or exceeds the daily price.

The company says its technology and marketing approach was built specifically to expedite the sales cycle in real estate transactions through a time-limited, objective, and confidential bidding system.

In conjunction with the launch of its private label solution, the company also announced that it has entered into an agreement with Diamante Cabo San Lucas, a high-end golf resort. The first golf properties, which range from $250,000 to $2.2 million, are available for ""viewing online"":http://diamante.countdowntobuy.com.

""We are excited to see the marketplace realization of Countdown To Buy's effectiveness in serving any transaction whether it is a traditional, REO, short sale, or now a specialized resort sale,"" said Tom Furey, managing partner of Countdown To Buy.

Furey added, ""Both Countdown To Buy and Diamante Cabo San Lucas strongly believe our core principles of a fair, trusted, and transparent transaction are the foundation of any buyer-seller relationship.""

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