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How Major Property Portals Think About Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and acquisitions within the world of property portals are a subject matter  that tech entrepreneur and business advisor Mike DelPrete has thought about continually. He shares some of his insights with Property Portal Watch. How do large residential real estate portals around the world think about investments and acquisitions? What types of companies do […]
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