The RESAAS social network is a gravitational center for true innovation within the real estate industry, placing influence back in the hands of who are most integral to its existence: the real estate agent. The main components of the company's platform, all of which are accessible through the its website and remotely from a mobile device, are: RESAAS Professional Social Network, RESAAS Listing Pages, RESAAS Agent Search, RESAAS Q&A, RESAAS Notifications, and RESAAS Private Networks.
RESAAS Professional Social Network: allows professionals to set up profile pages and connect with other registered professional users by posting real estate broadcasts (reblasts®) to their own network and to their profiles on other social networking sites such as Facebook, Twitter and
RESAAS Listing Pages: allows an agent to create marketable listings for properties under their management, upload photos and videos for each listing and share them on Facebook, Twitter, and
RESAAS Agent Search: allows professionals to search for other real estate professionals registered on RESAAS by name or location.
RESAAS Q&A: a tool to facilitate online dialog between home buyers, sellers and real estate professionals in the form of question and answer that results in lead generation for the professional.
RESAAS Notifications: generates notifications of new activity on the RESAAS Platform in the form of both email and in-platform notifications.
RESAAS Private Networks: creates private groups for various brokerages, franchises and real estate associations. Members of these various organizations have the ability to connect and communicate privately with others in their company network. In addition to the private network, members also gain access to the wider RESAAS global community.
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