RES.NET Reports Platform Now Supports Traditional Real Estate Market
Dec 21, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
RES.NET, a provider of software applications connecting real estate professionals and consumers, announced that its platform now supports the traditional real estate market.
Originally introduced as a technology solution for the default space, RES.NET has evolved its platform to now enhance retail, or traditional real estate transactions. By enabling agents to perform tasks and communicate with other real estate agents, companies and consumers, they can better meet the demands of tech-savvy consumers while gaining the accessibility and accountability to operate more productively and improve their businesses.
RES.NET's Agent Portal, one of the platform's six cloud-based portals, connects agents to other real estate professionals, buyers and sellers and allows them to handle every aspect of the sale through one, centralized system - and even on-the-go through a mobile application. Agents can define their task workflow and input all details on their properties including photos and videos. The portal facilitates transparency among agents and other participants, who can send and sign documents online using e-signature technology.
"Our network has grown to include more than 200,000 users, some of which are Fortune 500 companies with very complex workflows and stringent requirements," said Todd Mobraten, COO and president of RES.NET. "With our experience in the default space and as a response to the real estate market's evolution, we elected to expand our platform's capabilities to support the traditional market. With more than 80 percent of consumers now beginning their home search online, it is important for agents to leverage technology that meets their expectations. With the platform agents can eliminate communication gaps and securely share information in an automated, paperless environment or even from a mobile device, which minimizes their time in front of the computer and lets them focus on serving homebuyers, cultivating relationships and increasing their business opportunities."
Within the portal, Agents can also access RES.NET's offer submission link tool, which enables them to submit offers to listing agents directly through the platform, instead of mailing or faxing paper documents. Through the system agents have control to manage offers, negotiations and counter offers, resulting in faster closings.
Mobraten continued, "One of the portal's most valuable features for agents is the ability to add and invite contacts to their network. Not only does this contribute to more efficient communications and accelerates transactions, but the technology also empowers them to increase their professional networks and improve their businesses."
RES.NET, initially established in 2003 as a subsidiary of USRES, provides an array of portals designed for different aspects of the real estate industry and integrates servicers, brokers, outsourcers, third-party service providers, homeowners and buyers.
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