EMERYVILLE, Calif., Jan.11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Relola (www.relola.com) announced today that its co-founder and CEO Heather Sittig Jackson was selected by Inman News (www.inman.com) as one of 19 Female Real Estate Tech Entrepreneurs who are shaking up the industry with disruptive new technologies.
Inman News is the leading news source for the residential real estate industry in the United States. Adi Tatarko of Houzz and Sarah Leary of Nextdoor are among the other founders recognized for their innovation and leadership.
Sittig Jackson will be speaking on a number panels January 26-29th at Inman's annual New York conference, Inman Connect. With over 24 years experience in real estate, Heather Sittig Jackson brings deep knowledge of the industry and what real estate agents and consumers want to make their days more efficient and productive. She spearheaded Relola to give brokerages and agents solutions that enable hard working real estate agents and tenacious newcomers to gain a leg up in a difficult to penetrate market.
Relola provides consumers immediate access to the agents who have already seen the properties they are interested in learning more about. On Relola consumers are able to request more information about houses for sale without having to give away their identity and be converted into leads. Unlike other real estate search sites, such as Zillow (www.zillow.com) and Realtor.com, Relola is not a lead gen platform, but instead a relationship building network that is fueled by transparency.
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