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Smarter Marketing of your Listings and Brand using Transaction Management (4/29)

by | Apr 24, 2014


Tuesday, April 29, 2014 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT

The number one problem facing real estate brokers and agents right now is a lack of accurate listings data; especially data published by large portals such as Zillow and Trulia. This is because brokers and agents lose control of their data when their listings get syndicated to these portals, and data integrity is completely compromised for both them and their clients.

Since the launch of its public marketing pages in October 2013, Reesio has proven that combining transaction management with marketing is the true key to allowing brokers/agents to be able to control their listings data, as well as to allow consumers access to the most accurate real estate data out there. Come find out how this is possible and see some real-life examples that will turn you into a believer.

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