A possible game-changing real estate technology is being adopted in some states in the United States. This technology called REMINE had already been adopted in Michigan and Texas in early 2017. What makes the new software a possibly game-changing is that it adds a beautiful visualization of date which makes searching within an MLS system easier and better.
Game-Changing Real Estate Technology Features
According to the news, this technology allows realtors to search a property and see the location on a map, instead of in a list format. It also allows other functions including previous sales price, if the owner lives in the property and how long the homeowners owned a home. Remine, therefore, allows realtors to get more information about a home and make relevant decisions in real time.
Aside from that this game-changing real estate technology allows realtors to see the RPI score. The RPI score rates how likely the homeowner is to sell their home. Housing Wire also reported early last year that Remine is being expanded as well into the Alaska MLS and Greater El Paso Association of Realtors.
Will Realtors welcome such a game-changing real-estate technology?
Will realtors welcome a technology such as Remine? Another key question is will regulators and the government welcome such automation too?
Remine boasts that it is the first property intelligence platform and perhaps they are indeed. If you are a realtor, we are sure that this technology will make life easier for you since in this era business intelligence and data analytics is key to making informed decisions. Visualization, predictive analytics, advanced tracking, and map-based search are only some of the key elements that make this very attractive.
So far here are some of the states which already adopted this game-changing real estate technology:
- Alaska MLS
- Bright MLS
- California Regional MLS
- Carolina MLS
- Combined LA/Westside MLS
- Greater El Paso Association of REALTORS
- Gulf South Real Estate Information Network
- Hawaii Information Service
- Houston Association of REALTORS
- Miami Association of Realtors
- Mid America Regional Information Systems
- Multiple Listing Service of Long Island
- North Texas Real Estate Information Systems, Inc
- Northstar MLS
- Rhode Island Association of REALTORS
- San Francisco Association of REALTORS
- Utah Real Estate
Expect more game-changing real estate technology to come
Experts predict that 2018 will be a year of artificial intelligence and more automation. It is said that this year will create great advancement in these areas, in fact, chatbots are already being used as part of real estate automation. We have also stumbled on a news which says that AI is also present in home inspection and presentation.
Are you ready for disruptive technology in real estate and mortgage?