Realtors Launch Spanish-Language Property Search Website

Rose Meily, Mercury News, January 2, 2012

In an effort to meet the needs of Spanish-speaking home buyers in California, the California Association of Realtors has launched www.sucasa.net, a Spanish-language property search website.

Sucasa.net shares the same multiple listing service data as its sister website, California Living Network, powered by the National Association of Realtors’ca.realtor.com. However, Sucasa.net offers Spanish-speaking home buyers an opportunity to search for homes using common sorting characteristics such as city, price range, and number of bedrooms and bathrooms. Results appear in a list or on a map, with driving directions available in Spanish. Additionally, agents can forward property links to their clients in Spanish. The Sucasa.net property search is available for the entire state of California.

“CAR is pleased to introduce one of the most robust Spanish language property search websites for Spanish-speaking home buyers in California,” said LeFrancis Arnold, the state group president. “With Spanish ranking as the second most widely spoken language in the U.S. and Spanish speakers making up nearly 35 percent of California’s population, we recognize the market potential for this home buyer population.”

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  • I wonder how many of these “spanish” speaking” home buyers” are illegal invaders from south of the border? Perhaps they can run over to B of A and get a home loan, using their mexican matricula consular cards.

    If they are in fact American citizens, why do they reject English?

    • Beloved Comrade

      Because they live in a state, and soon a country, where the lingua franca is not English.

      • The ‘country’ is a good insight.  Wait until they start cutting special deals with China.

    • If they are Spanish speakers in the sense that they have poor English skills then most of them must be illegal, I would assume.

  • Anonymous

    Just part of the agenda to merge the corrupt countries south of the border with the US and Canada.  We have become a nation, not of patriots, but one of people who would do anything to bring us to the same third world status as Mexico.

    • If we could take over Canada, that wouldn’t be so bad.  I’ve read in the past 10-15 years or so of a couple of movements within Canada that promoted at least a piecemeal breakup and union with the States.

  • Calif needs to shift its taxes onto property vs. income.