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RE/MAX agents given direct access to RESNET platform

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RES.NET announced that will provide RE/MAX agents direct access to the RES.NET's online platform. 

This will allow agents to manage transactions and streamline the entire process. Additionally, agents will be able to communicate more effectively with all involved parties; consumers, other agents, third party vendors as well as title and closing companies. 

"We developed the platform initially to aid in the efficiency and compliance of default transactions," said Todd Mobraten, COO and president of RES.NET. "However, we are proud to work with RE/MAX in introducing this technology to agents managing any type of property."

RES.NET's Agent Portal enables RE/MAX agents to invite contacts into their networks, share tasks, documents and send real time messages to customers. Additionally, the platform will allow agents to provide buyers and sellers full transparency in the process.

"More than 9,000 RE/MAX agents already do business with RES.NET, and they’ve come to rely upon the quality and dependability of the technology," said Mike Ryan, RE/MAX executive vice president, Global Communications and Branding.

He added, "We’re sure that many more of our agents will soon discover the efficiency of the RES.NET platform and use it to assist their home buying and selling customers."

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