2 real estate tech releases that showcase agent expertise online

Updates from Relola and a new live streaming service help industry professionals stay relevant
  • The potential for live broadcasting on the web is tremendous, and real estate agents have plenty of reasons to jump on it early.
  • Social communication tools and listing outreach services continue to erode the need for a local MLS.

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 Have suggestions for products that you'd like to see reviewed by our real estate technology expert? Email Craig Rowe. Ever-evolving and driven by user feedback, real estate tech companies are consistently tweaking and touching up their features. Here's who's been busy lately. More fun with maps Relola has been on my radar for well over a year. Despite sometimes hearing that I'm too enamored with this agent communication and open feedback forum, I remain sold that initiatives like Relola will be the drivers of monumental change in real estate. I'm not being hyperbolic. As agents communicate more outside the confines of their local MLSs, those board-backed tools will serve as nothing more than the place where portals find their content. Everything an MLS offers is being offered elsewhere. Emeryville, California-based Relola has launched a mapping component that enables agent members' activities to be geographically tracked. This way, consumers and other agents can ...