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MRIS partners with Homesnap to offer new mobile MLS app

App will provide MRIS customers with MLS data on the go

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MRIS is the first MLS in the country to partner with Homesnap Pro, the professional version of Homesnap’s consumer mobile application.

Homesnap Pro combines MRIS information with Homesnap’s mobile platform to provide users a comprehensive and interactive real estate service.

Real estate professionals will be able to take a picture of a house and the app automatically pulls information from MRIS, public records and other sources. Pro features include: confidential listing information, showing instructions, HD photos, commission splits, agent pricing tendencies, public school ratings, property lines, ability to call, text or email any other agent in the MLS and rapid CMA reports generated straight from the smartphone.

As part of this partnership, MRIS, which focuses in the Mid-Atlantic region, will provide its 44,000+ customers with complimentary subscriptions to Homesnap Pro.

“Our customers need access to MLS information when they’re in the field,” said David Charron, president & CEO of MRIS. “Homesnap Pro is designed and developed to meet the needs of the busy real estate professional with industry-leading mobile technology that is powerful and easy-to-use. Valuable information customers could only access back at the office can now be found on-site in a matter of seconds on their mobile device. The innovative functionality and design of the app combined with the real-time MLS information gives MRIS customers a differentiating service and game-changing sales advantage.”

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