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Midwest Real Estate Data joins forces with Rockford Area Realtors

by Kaylee Palak

Midwest Real Estate Data joins forces with Rockford Area Realtors

Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED) and Rockford Area Realtors are partnering together to provide greater access to one of the nation’s largest multiple listing services (MLS).

RAR’s members will have the opportunity to access nearly two dozen products and services through MRED’s connectMLS platform. In 2019, connectMLS was used to facilitate more than $38 billion in real estate transactions. 

Rockford Area Realtors CEO Conor Brown discussed its services in a press release. “We see offering MRED as a valuable additional MLS service to our current association’s. Our members will be able to take advantage of increased marketing and analytics so they can continue to be successful.”

Beginning Oct. 1, 2020, RAR’s members will be able to participate in MRED’s expansive market reach. MRED’s services include training options, webinars with veteran trainers, a Help Desk and a virtual library that cover many of the MLS’s training topics.

“We’re thrilled to officially bring MRED’s service to Rockford through this new agreement with RAR,” said MRED President/CEO Rebecca Jensen. “We look forward to demonstrating to RAR’s members how MRED’s service can help their real estate business. There are over a dozen products included in an MRED subscription and we focus on providing best in class. Our MLS platform is fully mobile, includes access to a Private Listing Network and the listing data changes with the needs of the local market.  We also provide the Remine public records and predictive analytics service, Cloud CMA, which allows subscribers to create engaging property reports for presentations, and MLS Grid, which enables easy control over data distribution.”

RAR will become MRED’s 16th Realtor association partner and the second partnership agreement announced in the past month. The Greater Gateway Association of Realtors has partnered with MRED to provide MLS service to its members in Southern Illinois.

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