Wednesday, 17 July 2013

RESAAS Services adds San Diego agency to its platform

RESAAS Services (CNSX:RSS) has added Southern California-based real estate firm San Diego Previews Real Estate to its social networking platform as the company continues to expand its services on the West Coast. 
San Diego Previews Real Estate serves the areas of Carlsbad, Encinitas, San Marcos, La Costa, Aviara, San Elijo Hills, Cardiff, Solana Beach, Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe, Oceanside, Vista and Poway. 
"With 25 years in the industry, Roberta Murphy, Owner/Broker of San Diego Previews Real Estate, still enjoys the real estate business," said RESAAS sales exec, Nadia Suttle. "WithRESAAS, she will be given a powerful online tool to help her do what she does best, which is connect with buyers and sellers in San Diego, and successfully guide them through searches, marketing negotiations and closings." 
RESAAS, whose social network is designed to allow real-time updating of property listings as well as the ability to sync with social media sites such as Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) and Twitter, is growing steadfast in its popularity, continually adding broker after broker to its platform. 
Known as real estate broadcasts, RESAAS' reblasts engine automatically generates all of an agency's real estate workflow into social content that is instantly pushed out to the RESAAS platform and other social networks.
Last month, the company said it planned to raise $2 million to meet with demand and expand its platform into Europe.
When using RESAAS, each San Diego Previews Real Estate agent will receive his/her own branded agent page, and the firm will have its own page in order to broadcast information and remain in constant contact with their members.
Just a few weeks ago, RESAAS signed a deal to power a slate of upcoming conferences, partnering with Xplode Conference to power events to be held this year in Boca Raton, Beverly Hills, Dallas, Jacksonville and Atlanta. It was also recently picked to power Inman News' upcoming Real Estate Connect conference in San Francisco this month, showcasing the company's increasing popularity in the industry.

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