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Toronto-based real estate services company Royal LePage has launched a new website at <>. The site was developed by Plastic Mobile using technology from Google. It is intended to allow consumers to search national property listings from the Canadian Real Estate Association's data distribution facility. The site contains approximately 100,000 listings from various participating realty firms. The listings incorporate data from Google Maps and Google Street View, as well as information about the local neighbourhood. The design of the site has been adapted for viewing on smartphones and tablets as well as personal computers. "Consumers are rightfully demanding that businesses provide them with more useful information online and superior user experiences," said Phil Soper, president and chief executive of Royal LePage. "The new offers a dramatically different home-search experience. Faster, more intuitive, and with much greater flexibility. With the help of our strategic partners and the latest technologies, Royal LePage has enabled consumers to take their home-search research to a whole new level."

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