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Remine to launch add-edit tool

Remine add-edit tool to allow Texas brokers to push listings to MLS

The deal means NTREIS subscribers can either continue to use the MLS’s current CoreLogic Matrix system for listing management or can alternatively use Remine’s add-edit tool. NTREIS’s back-end system remains Matrix.

“This offers an opportunity for agents to upload a listing using a different module. Think of it as front end of choice,” NTREIS CEO John Holley told Inman in a phone interview.

Additionally, “a broker that has a back-end system will be able to use that back-end system to load a listing” and push it to Remine’s add-edit tool to push it to the MLS, he added, noting that agents would prefer not to have to switch between systems and stay in their broker’s back-end system. “That is the goal.”

Whoa. I would love to see this in action. Is it possible that Remine beat Upstream to the punch?

  1. FMLS has actually offered Broker Add/Edit of choice for over a decade, utilizing Swift Listing Input, Bridge Listing Input, and now Remine Add/Edit, which is already launched in our marketplace. Brokers have been able to do this for over a decade in the Greater Atlanta market and choose where to push their listings Up Stream to the MLS, we had Upstream over a decade ago if that is the comparison!

  2. Will Remine’s add/edit offer a deep link to the new Realist for auto-popping public record data for the listing?

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