Google wants to use Google+ to sell apartments

DoubleTree hotel, home to Google’s offices, will offer apartment rentals for $2,500 a month.

The property is owned by an independent company called RealtyX, and it will be available for rent starting May 31, according to Recode.

This deal is Google’s first attempt at using Google+ in a real estate transaction.

The company previously sold apartments for around $2 a month on Google+ Hangouts.

The apartments are expected to be available from April to October.

Recode also has more information on this deal: Google+ apartments are priced at $2 per month.

It will be a two-bedroom apartment, with two baths and two balconies.

The apartment will have a kitchen, two bathrooms, and a private elevator.

Google is trying to use the Google+ platform as a platform for building real estate properties.

Google+ will be used to make apartments available for sale to other developers.

Realtyx currently operates the Google-owned space in Mountain View, California.

Google plans to use Realty X to build and operate apartment buildings in other cities, including San Francisco, Washington, D.C., New York City, Austin, and Austin, Texas.

Google’s use of Realty is also different than other real estate platforms, like Airbnb.

Airbnb uses its own platform to sell property.

RealtorX will be the only property on Realty.

Reedy is a subsidiary of Reedy Group, a real-estate development company that is run by Google cofounder Sergey Brin.

Re-owned properties can be bought and sold.

Reid is a former partner of Google Ventures.

Re/code reports that Google also has deals with other real-world property-management firms, including Ritz-Carlton, which owns the San Francisco Chronicle and the New York Post.

DoubleTree hotel, home to Google’s offices, will offer apartment rentals for $2,500 a month.The property is owned by an independent…