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When you think about useful Internet search applications, the ability to tour and research available property online is about as useful as it gets. This is our #1 application and approximately 115,000 people have registered to use BuildingSearch.com. By 2015 we expect to have 500,000 people using BuildingSearch.com to source available property, to market listings, and to use our growing set of commercial real estate applications and services.  BuildingSearch is one of the fastest growing application service providers for the commercial real estate industry. We are not a commercial real estate broker or property owner. We work to aggregate available office, retail, industrial, and land listings across the United States and to create useful applications to help our users exchange information and business requirements as efficiently as possible. 
 
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When you think about useful Internet search applications, the ability to tour and research available property online is about as useful as it gets. This is our #1 application and approximately 115,000 people have registered to use BuildingSearch.com.
Date added: Friday, January 22, 2016
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