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How Brokers Can Solve Data Frustrations with Transaction Management

by | Apr 24, 2014


What does transaction management have to do with accurate listing data? Plenty.

Think about it. As a home base for all of your listings, your transaction management platform is the first to know whether a property's status has changed to pending, sold, and beyond. Third party portals, however, are reliant on the MLSs, county records, and third party syndicators like ListHub to get their data.

Even when these sources do update the portals in a timely fashion, there is still room for error since none of them provide brokers and their agents a one-stop-shop for updating their listings in real time.

Next Tuesday, we're teaming up with Reesio to talk about how brokers can take control of their data and integrate applications to solve the data accuracy problems that affect both agents and consumers.

Brokers Brian Lyons from Urban Homes in San Diego and Curt Whitesell from Indianapolis will share how they manage their data and business processes from the time a listing enters the brokerage to the day it closes. Register now to learn how to avoid duplicate data entry, logging into multiple solutions, and how to take back control of your data.

Join us Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 1:00PM EST / 10:00 AM PDT to learn more!

About Reesio

Reesio is the only completely free transaction management system available to real estate brokers, transaction coordinators, and agents. The company was born out of its founders' frustration in dealing with the archaic system of real estate transactions, which requires piles of manual paperwork and a lack of transparency into the overall process. Reesio solves these pain points by creating a simple and beautiful user experience for everyone involved throughout every step of the transaction process.

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