We will be able to find homebuyers a property faster without having to call real estate company after real estate company
Nassau, Bahamas (PRWEB) March 30, 2008
Island Living Real Estate has joined the new Multiple Listing Service, which was launched this month by the Bahamas Real Estate Association.
This new system, a first for Bahamas real estate professionals, contains many features that will help MLS member realtors market properties and notify registered buyers when new properties are listed, said Nassau, Bahamas Real Estate Broker Rachel Pinder, president of Island Living Real Estate in Nassau.
MLS allows registered users to list properties for sale so other agents and homebuyers can see them, Pinder said.
"We will be able to find homebuyers a property faster without having to call real estate company after real estate company," she said. "The information will be at our fingertips."
For home sellers, the system allows Realtors to showcase properties to other Realtors very efficiently.
"The more people who view the properties on the MLS, the greater the opportunity the property will be sold or purchased quickly," Pinder said.
This new system also will assist buyers because it enables Realtors to locate more properties that meet buyers' criteria, giving the buyers a wider selection from which to choose.
For additional information about the new MLS system, please visit Island Living's Web site or call them for a consultation: 1-242-322-7979/80.
About Island Living Real Estate
Island Living Real Estate has more than 25 years of experience in real estate sales and rentals throughout the Bahamas. Island Living's main office is located in one of Nassau's oldest historic buildings on Bay Street, named "Red Roofs." Red Roofs was built in 1896 and has been home to various families, a Gourmet Deli and now Island Living.
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