FAIRFAX, Va., Aug. 21, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Realtors® of the Palm Beaches & Greater Fort Lauderdale (RAPB + GFLR) recently signed a multi-year license with Remine, a big data and predictive analytics platform designed to help agents identify new market opportunities. Remine analyzes property records, consumer data and other market information to predict when a property is most likely to sell, and when a buyer is most likely to buy. The platform is delivered exclusively through the MLS, and more than 33,000 customers in the South Florida area now have access to the Property Intelligence Platform®.
"The selection of Remine by RAPB + GFLR shows their commitment to software innovation and efficiency for their subscribers. Remine will be the first product to feature MLS data from both entities in a seamless environment. We are excited to show the power of the Remine platform," says Jonathan Spinetto, Remine COO and co-founder. "The launch of Remine with RAPB+GFLR is one of the first instances where we brought multiple RETS feeds into one."
"We recognize the need for our members to use innovative technology and relevant data to provide the best service when assisting buyers and sellers. That is why we are thrilled to provide our members with the Remine sales tool," said Dionna Hall, CEO of RAPB + GFLR.
Remine is a real estate Property Intelligence Platform® for Agents that is delivered exclusively through the MLS. The platform analyzes property records, transactional history, and consumer data to deliver actionable insights to Agents through an intuitive map-based user interface. Remine is available to every agent in over 30 MLSs totaling nearly 700,000 members. For more information, visit www.remine.com or call 855-217-0171.
About RAPB + GFLR
The Realtors® of the Palm Beaches and Greater Fort Lauderdale is the 3rd largest local real estate association in the country covering 120 miles of shoreline. As one unified voice, RAPB + GFLR represents 30,000 Realtors®, 33,000 MLS subscribers, and 5 regional boards across South Florida and the Treasure Coast. For more information, visit www.rapbgflrmerge.com.