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Product Update - May 3, 2010
Product Release Update for CONNECT 1.1
Holy Map Search Batman. It's only been 2 short months since our last official product update and today we are excited to announce the release of our CONNECT 1.1. What's new and different...well the addition of a Map Search of course.
Choosing an IDX vendor for your property search should be like buying your produce at the local farmer's market. Being able to ask the farmer what kind of soil they used to grow the tomato I just bought gives me a certain ease. Shouldn't your real estate technology give you that same confidence?
Imagine being able to call your personal sales representative, with a (919) area code, and have them walk through your door within 24 hours. You can't find that kind of service using a California-based company, a company with automated answering services and a 3 hour time zone difference.
Product Update - February 4, 2010
Product Release Update for CONNECT 1.05 & 1.06
Big things have been happening in the past two months for Connect. At the beginning of January, our entire staff (sales, marketing, development and management) got together to figure out how we can improve our CONNECT products for both local agents and their customers. We would like to, again, thank you for your continued suggestions and feedback. Your comments are always noted and discussed in our team meetings. And as a reminder, all our product improvements have been updated on your websites, seamlessly and FREE!
Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
A lot can be said about this analogy as it relates to real estate marketing. It's no big secret that the housing industry is still in recovery mode. I often hear Realtors say that if they can get a few buyers or close a few deals then they could afford to update their technology or invest in a new website. My response is..."If you're not on the web how do you expect to get those buyers?"
The National Association of Realtors launched a new consumer focused website on November 12th, 2009. HouseLogic.com was officially announced in a special report released by NAR Board of Directors meeting held on November 16th.
As described in the report, "HouseLogic was developed by NAR to help its members extend their relationship with consumers through the lifecycle of homeownership and to provide an opportunity for homeowners and REALTORS® to speak together to federal legislators on public policy issues of common interest.
The site is a comprehensive resource for homeowners of the information they need to protect, maintain and enhance the value of their home. The site also gives members free access to various content packages from the site that they can use in their own marketing efforts, at www.houselogic.com/members."
Triangle MLS Agents pay close attention! The Carolina Data Share was announced the week of November 2nd, 2009 and is now available in our marketplace. Agents, you need to take advantage of this incredible new opportunity.
Q: What does this mean for your business?
A: MORE EXPOSURE FOR YOUR LISTINGS & MORE REFERRAL OPPORTUNITIES.
Mandy Reutter - Director of Interactive Strategies
Umstead Park, music at the Cat's Cradle, local brews, good food (Dos Taquitos & Waraji)
It is my goal to provide competitive agent websites and business solutions at affordable prices.
Elizabeth Benfield - Marketing & Sales Associate
First Friday Art Walk, taking my pup Mailey to the Flea Market, live music in the City Market
It is my goal to ensure our Triangle MLS agents' success by educating them on up to date real estate techonlogy trends.