FAIRFAX, Va./ Dec. 14, 2017 (StlRealEstate.News) — Multiple Listing Service of Long Island (MLSLI), Mid America Regional Information Systems (MARIS) in Missouri, Northern Nevada Regional MLS, State-Wide Multiple Listing Service in Rhode Island, and Hawaii Information Service (HIS) have all signed multiyear agreements to deliver Remine’s real estate intelligence platform to their members.
“The MARIS Board of Directors jumped at the chance to provide our members with the powerful prospecting tools that Remine offers,” said Katie Otto, Vice President Member Services of MARIS. “The easy to use intuitive heat maps combined with the predictive analytics provide agents with tools that we have not previously been able to offer through the MLS. We are excited to see the opportunities that Remine creates for agents in the market!”
“Like HIS, Remine knows the value of public records, and has found a way to combine them with other datasets to provide insights into which markets and homes are primed to sell,” said Faith Geronimo, President & CEO of HIS.
“We’re excited to be able to put the power of Remine’s solution in the hands of our members, providing them with new opportunities and new business.”
“We’re looking forward to introducing Remine to our membership and joining the ranks of leading MLSs across the country who are already taking advantage of the actionable intelligence tools that the platform offers,” said Mindy Lane, President of State-Wide Multiple Listing Service.
“We are proud and excited to be partnering with Remine. The Remine product will continue to support our mission to deliver leading edge technology to all our members. Remine will enhance our membership’s ability to engage with buyers and sellers in a high tech, high touch platform,” said Gene Millman, CEO of Northern Nevada Regional MLS.
Jim Speer, Sr. Vice President of MLSLI said, “Remine uses MLSLI data to provide our participants with a business tool that uses science to create new business opportunities for them. This vendor fits perfectly with our organizations commitment to providing stellar information systems and services that enhance the Subscriber’s ability to achieve professional success.”
Mark Schacknies, CFO & Co-Founder of Remine said, “We are passionate about putting opportunities on a map and providing Agents with actionable intelligence to grow their business. We are excited to work closely with these forward-thinking MLS partners that share our vision of empowering Agents with modern tools.”
Remine is a real estate intelligence platform for Agents, that is delivered exclusively through the MLS. The platform analyzes property records, transactional history, consumer data and delivers actionable insights on an intuitive user interface. Many of the nation’s largest MLSs representing more than 500,000 Realtors have signed up for Remine. Visit Remine.com or call 855-217-0171.
About Hawaii Information Service
Hawaii Information Service (HIS) is a Honolulu real estate technology company with more than a quarter century of experience in providing real estate data, analysis, and marketing services. HIS is known for Research, the first parcel based Multiple Listing Service (MLS) system in the nation which also features fully-integrated public records information, and the company has also built a reputation for expertise in compiling, validating, and analyzing public records data. HIS offers a variety of additional services, ranging from traditional to online marketing, web application development, database and data management, and systems integration, to customers ranging from national companies to local government agencies, financial institutions, professional services providers, and small businesses.
About Mid America Regional Information Systems:
Mid America Regional Information Systems (MARIS) provides the regional multiple listing service for St. Louis REALTORS®, St. Charles REALTORS®, Jefferson County, Franklin County, East Central, South Central, Pulaski County, Lebanon and Mineral Area Boards of REALTORS®, REALTOR® Association of Southern Illinois, Greater Gateway Association of REALTORS®, and Southeast Missouri REALTORS®.
About State-Wide Multiple Listing Service
Since 1972, State-Wide Multiple Listing Service has facilitated the exchange of listing information among real estate professionals through state-of-the-art technology and tools. A subsidiary of the Rhode Island Association of Realtors, State-Wide MLS serves the entire state of RI, as well as bordering CT and MA.
State-Wide MLS is the only MLS in the U.S. that covers an entire state border to border. Its members have the unique ability to market their listings on RILiving.com, Rhode Island’s most comprehensive online consumer resource for accurate and timely real estate information.
About Northern Nevada Regional MLS
Incorporated in 2003, Reno-based NNRMLS provides services to REALTORS® across northern Nevada including Reno, Sparks, Carson City, Minden, Gardnerville, Lake Tahoe, Yerington, Dayton, Fernley and Fallon. NNRMLS provides the platform for a robust real estate marketplace, facilitating over $3.6 billion in closed transactions by the Membership in 2016. NNRMLS prides itself on offering premium customer service and leading-edge technology to over 3,200 Members; supporting them, in turn, as they offer their knowledge, experience and professionalism in service to the home buying and selling public.
About The Multiple Listing Service of Long Island, Inc.
The Multiple Listing Service of Long Island, Inc. (MLSLI) is a computerized network of more than 2,500 cooperating real estate offices, located across Nassau, Suffolk, Queens and Brooklyn. Within this service, thousands of professional REALTORS®, both owner brokers and their sales associates, share listing and sale information, and cooperate to serve the buying and selling public. MLSLI is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Long Island Board of REALTORS®, Inc.
SOURCE: Remine via PRNewswire.com, published on STL.NEWS ,by St. Louis Media, LLC (PS)
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