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Welcoming Real Estate Professionals in Colorado to Nextdoor

Written by Ali Jafari

This summer, we announced the launch of a new real estate section on Nextdoor, giving agents a unique way to build relationships across neighborhoods.

Real estate has consistently been one of the most popular topics on Nextdoor in the United States, and the response to the new feature has been promising. Thousands of agents have claimed their Local Pages and purchased a Neighborhood Sponsorship across zip codes in cities like Atlanta, Austin, San Francisco, Dallas, Los Angeles, and more.

Today, we’re excited to announce that the new real estate section is now live in Colorado.

Neighbors across the Centennial State can now use Nextdoor to discover local listings in their communities and connect with real estate professionals to get market insights. Real estate will appear in the left-hand navigation menu on both web and mobile, in the newsfeed, and in the Daily Digest.

For real estate professionals in Colorado, there are several ways to build relationships with neighbors on Nextdoor:

  • Claiming their free Local Page to create an official page to connect with residents, collect recommendations, and respond to comments and questions.
  • Purchasing Branded Listings to showcase neighbor recommendations next to each of their listings so homeowners know they’re a name they can trust.
  • Becoming a Neighborhood Sponsor to promote their market expertise and build relationships with people in the neighborhood.

There are currently a limited number of Neighborhood Sponsorship spots available on a first come, first serve basis across Colorado, so claim your Local Page today and see if your zip code is available.

Interested real estate agents can learn more by visiting nextdoor.com/realestate. If you’re a real estate broker and would like your listings to appear on Nextdoor, reach out to us here.

Join your neighborhood on Nextdoor here.

Do you have a story about how you’ve used Nextdoor in your neighborhood? Let us know.

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