RE/MAX says it's making good on its promise to roll out proprietary end-to-end real estate technology. Agents and other industry stakeholders will get to try out the all-new RE/MAX
According to the buzz from the upcoming R4, attendees will get to test-drive data-powered CRM, view new agent website templates, experiment with email marketing campaigns, and check out the new platform’s task management functionality. According to the crowd at this year's R4 can expect:
This time last year, RE/MAX acquired the award-winning Colorado web-design and tech company
fit the broker technologies in the same way competitor Keller Williams does. For those unfamiliar, last year Keller Williams acquired Philadelphia-based startup SmarterAgent, a company that helps agents create their own branded apps, and that has a platform that connects more than 650 multiple listing services. Last February, RE/MAX CEO Adam Contos said:
“In collaboration with booj, our membership and other strategic partners, we will deliver the best technology to the world’s most productive real estate network. The future of global real estate is RE/MAX.”
Apparently, Contos and his team a
It will be interesting to see these new technologies made by the industry's leading tech gurus, at work helping agents. Just how RE/MAX's effort stacks up against Keller Williams and the Compass startup's game-changing technological offer.
I'll be evaluating these technologies this coming month in order to give agents the lowdown on true functionality. Stay tuned.