International Real Estate Alliance is a real estate Advertising Company with 1122 franchised websites World Wide.
When a person or real estate agent advertises a home for sale or rent, it is automatically listed on all of the 1122 real estate portals.
The IREA-AII owns all these websites.
The IREA-AII uses an exclusive software development called PRE Professional Real Estate, created by MULTIAR.COM, integrating all websites of the Network.
The IREA-AII has 20 dedicated IBM servers of the latest generation.
To ensure 99.999% uptime, the IREA-AII uses four Tier 1 providers: LEVEL 3, AT&T, SPRINT and SAVVIS, allowing optimal performance around the world.
The IREA-AII has a dedicated team of IT experts.
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The IREA-AII human resources team – comprised of computing engineers, experts in web positioning, writers, sales people and customer service representatives – provides worldwide coverage from Spain, the USA, Argentina and India.
The IREA-AII has its physical headquarters in Marbella, Spain, with direct telephone lines from London, Barcelona, Madrid, Marbella, New York, Miami, Mexico City and Buenos Aires, for better customer service.
The IREA-AII provides assistance via online chat, telephone or email.
The IREA-AII is registered in Malaga under PROFESSIONAL REAL ESTATE SL (Sociedad de Responsabilidad Limitada – Limited Liability Company).
The IREA-AII is directed by Ignacio Acosta Sorge, an Information Technology expert specialising in International Real Estate and Internet Marketing.
In 2000, web consultancy company Multiar.com began to develop a large number of real estate portals, and IT systems for the advertising of real estate online.
In 2003, Multiar.com developed Real Estates Network (REN), an online real estate advertising network, where real estate agencies in Spain, United Kingdom, Ireland, Norway, Finland and Argentina could share their properties.
In 2006, the newspaper El Pais in Spain recognized the importance of REN in the process of buying and selling homes by the Spanish in Argentina, and published the subsequent article:
Ignacio Acosta Sorge, CEO of the IREA-AII, identified that although the REN system works perfectly and real estate agencies could share their properties online, the estate agencies in question did not have the resources to position their web pages in the top 10 results of search engines and were demanding solutions that exceeded the scope of REN. REN is capable of sharing properties online but is not a web-positioning service guaranteeing appearance in the top search engine results.
Online real estate advertising was becoming very competitive, preventing small and medium-sized estate agencies from attracting buyers through the Internet.
The real estate agencies demanded solutions; they wanted to win buyers locally and internationally via the Internet, at low costs.
This is a common factor on the Internet today: customer demand for high quality services and results, for free or as close to free as possible.
This was a big challenge for Ignacio Acosta.
At first it seemed an impossible task.
The solution took years of development.
The solution took the name of the International Real Estate Alliance (IREA-AII), the world’s largest network of online property-advertising websites, with more than 600 real estate portals worldwide.
Thanks to the know-how, experience and knowledge gained in specializing in online real estate marketing for more than 10 years, the IREA-AII was strengthened and consolidated in conjunction with specialist programmers, search engine optimization experts, web designers, and marketing professionals.
Today IREA-IIA is the most effective and economical way to publicise a home for sale or rent, with over a million visitors a week on a local, national and international level.
More than 200 IREA-AII portals are PageRank 4, over 300 are PageRank 5 and many others PageRank 6.
For more information about Ignacio Acosta Sorge’s achievements, do a Google search on his name. A number of articles and notes have been published on his work, in the newspaper EL PAIS and in other media.