Rockville, MD (PRWEB) May 14, 2014
MRIS, the industry-leading Mid-Atlantic Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that facilitates nearly $125 million a day in real estate transactions, today announced it will be the first MLS in the country to partner with Homesnap Pro, the professional version of Homesnap’s popular consumer mobile application. Homesnap Pro combines robust MRIS information with Homesnap’s leading mobile technology platform to provide users the most complete, accurate, up-to-date and accessible mobile real estate experience. As part of this partnership, MRIS will provide its 44,000+ customers with complimentary subscriptions to Homesnap Pro.
“Our customers need access to MLS information when they’re in the field,” said David Charron, President & CEO of MRIS. “Homesnap Pro is designed and developed to meet the needs of the busy real estate professional with industry-leading mobile technology that is powerful and easy-to-use. Valuable information customers could only access back at the office can now be found on-site in a matter of seconds on their mobile device. The innovative functionality and design of the app combined with the real-time MLS information gives MRIS customers a differentiating service and game-changing sales advantage. Very simply ‘this is big’!”
Using Homesnap Pro, information is but a snap away. Real estate professionals will be able to take a picture of a house and the app automatically pulls information from MRIS, public records and other sources. Pro features include: confidential listing information, showing instructions, HD photos, commission splits, agent pricing tendencies, public school ratings, property lines, ability to call, text or email any other agent in the MLS and rapid CMA reports generated straight from the smartphone.
“Agents were our original power users, and Homesnap Pro puts the agent-quality MLS information they need into an awesome mobile app. MRIS is known in the industry for technology innovation, which made them the perfect launch partner for us,” said Guy Wolcott, co-founder and CEO of Homesnap.
“Homesnap Pro gives real estate professionals the opportunity to dramatically improve their productivity and respond to customer inquiries in real time, regardless of their location,” said Jon Coile, CEO of Champion Realty a Home Services company and Chairman of MRIS. “MRIS is one of the most innovative MLS’s in the country. This partnership with Homesnap pushes us to the next level by providing industry-best technology to our customers.”
Homesnap Pro will be available for MRIS Customers on iOS and Android later this month.
For more information, visit MRIS.com/HomesnapPro.
MRIS is Real Estate in Real Time™. We’re a leading provider of real estate information technology and services, and are frequently ranked among the most productive Multiple Listing Services (MLS) in the nation, facilitating over $45 billion in system wide sales in 2013. In its core market, MRIS supports over 44,000 real estate professionals spanning the Mid-Atlantic region, including Maryland, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. and parts of Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia. MRIS provides a portfolio of technology solutions and proprietary databases for real estate professionals, as well as broker and agent software products. In addition, the CURE Solutions Group, a subsidiary of MRIS, provides proprietary back-end technology to other MLS systems, serving nearly 180,000 customers each day. Visit MRIS at MRIS.com and our web based TV station, mrisTV.com. “Like” us on Facebook/MRISonFB, follow us on Twitter, @MRIS_REal_News and be sure to visit MRISblog.com for real-time news and company updates.
Homesnap is a trusted real estate platform for people to explore homes, search listings and collaborate right from their phone. Homesnap is powered by a specialized homes database that combines hundreds of disparate sources of data, including MLS data, property tax records, census data, geographic boundaries, property polygons, school information, mortgage rates and more. More information is available at http://www.homesnap.com and twitter.com/homesnap.