VIENNA, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Remine, a leading real estate technology company, announced today that the Royal Palm Coast Realtor Association (RPCRA) has upgraded to the fully featured Remine Pro platform as a complimentary member benefit for all 8,000 members.
The upgrade to Remine Pro unlocks powerful new features and data in the hands of real estate professionals. The modern MLS front-end-of-choice brings together MLS, public, and people records to increase agent productivity and broker business.
“We are proud to offer our members Remine Pro,” said Beate Jones, CEO at RPCRA. “Our members will now have complete access to a modern front-end solution that will create efficient workflows and elevate their business.”
“We are excited for the opportunity to expand our partnership with RPCRA,” explained Tim Dain, VP and GM of MLS at Remine. “Remine Pro will allow RPCRA members to seamlessly engage with their clients throughout the entire home buying or selling journey.”
Remine Pro will be available to RPCRA members in spring 2021.
Remine is revolutionizing MLS software solutions. We offer a complete MLS 2.0® operating system for MLSs which includes Remine Pro (a full front-end operating system), Add/Edit, Database, and RESO Platinum API solutions. In addition, Remine offers SSO Dashboard, Docs+ Transaction Management, and MLS Website.
Remine serves the majority of REALTORS® in the US - over 1,000,000 real estate professionals subscribe via their MLS or Board or Association of REALTORS®. We are headquartered in Northern Virginia with remote employees across the US and in Canada. For more information visit www.remine.com.
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About Royal Palm Coast Realtor Association
Comprising of a membership of about 8,000 Realtors®, RPCRA exists to advance the success of its members, serving as a resource for professional development and an advocate in community issues affecting members, their consumers and property owners’ rights. RPCRA and Florida Gulf Coast MLS serves all of Southwest Florida, with offices in Cape Coral and Fort Myers. For more information, visit www.rpcra.org.