Contactually issued the following announcement on Nov. 15.
Remine, a real estate Property Intelligence Platform® for agents, has announced a new integration with Contactually, the intelligent CRM for real estate. The integration will allow Contactually users to seamlessly add Remine property and predictive data to their existing network. This allows them to find and develop new opportunities by identifying when a property is most likely to sell and when a buyer is most likely to buy.
Remine analyzes property records, transactional history, and consumer data to deliver actionable insights. It connects directly to MLS platforms and is now available to more than 750,000 active real estate agents around the country.
"As we worked with agents and brokers, we learned that many were using Contactually," added Jonathan Spinetto, COO of Remine. "With this new integration, we can make it easy for brokers and agents to have the information they need at their fingertips."
Contactually's intelligent CRM manages over 220 million relationships and helps real estate agents prioritize and follow up with their leads, clients and referral sources to close more business and develop new leads. In fact, eight of the largest 20 brokerages in real estate are Contactually customers. And among brokerages that provide their agents with Contactually, three out of four use it because stronger connections mean more business—agents have seen up to a 42 percent increase in GCI and more than $3 billion in deals closed using Contactually.
"Contactually and Remine share a belief that actionable intelligence is crucial for today's agent," added Zvi Band, CEO of Contactually. "Integrations are part of Contactually's core values as participants in a diversified real estate tech space, and we are excited to share this functionality with our users."
Both Remine and Contactually have been named to the HousingWire Tech 100 in 2018 for their innovation and contributions to the real estate industry. Click here to learn more about this integration.
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