1,800 business cards, eLead Network, Payload, RateMyAgent and Stagerie joined the RE / MAX market. The platform now has more than 110 suppliers.
Marketing and transaction management platforms 1800 Business Cards, eLead Network, Payload, RateMyAgent and Stagerie joined the RE / MAX Marketplace, according to a company announcement this week. The market is now home to more than 110 real estate tools and services with exclusive discounts for RE / MAX brokers and agents.
“Encompassing tools for everything from lead generation to digital payments and more, the new additions help make the program one of the most comprehensive business service offerings in the industry,” said the announcement. “All services and materials are available for purchase directly through the RE / MAX market, the online portal exclusively available to RE / MAX agents in the United States and Canada.
With 1,800 business cards, agents can access preferential printing rates for business cards, flyers, door hangers and other printed marketing products. Meanwhile, agents can enhance their lead generation efforts with eLead Network and RateMyAgent, which help agents find new customers and increase the number of referrals they receive through reviews.
Finally, Payload helps agents navigate deposit deposits, agent fees, commissions, and other manual payment processes, and Stagerie provides access to a network of trusted real estate agents who provide actionable feedback to agents. and to owners within two days.
Executive Director of Technology Partnerships Jason Tang said RE / MAX is always looking for new vendors to add to the market and is open to email submissions.
“We are always looking to expand our list of premium products and services offered through the Approved Supplier Program and in the RE / MAX Marketplace,” Tang told Inman in an emailed statement. “As long as a company is able to offer unique value to our agents, we are open to exploring opportunities to work together. “
After reviewing a pitch, Tang and Strategic Alliances Director Joey Glenn said they would schedule a demo call or pitch to make sure a company is a good fit for the market.
“We have an application process to help determine if a product or service is a good fit for RE / MAX, and the first step is usually a demo call or presentation,” Glenn explained. “As a premier network, we want to ensure that we only bring to the program top-notch services that will both increase the value that our brokers are able to provide to agents and help RE professionals. / MAX to continue to develop their business. “
“Scalability is important, we are looking for companies that can support our large network and require at least a nationwide service area,” she added.
Technology vendors go through another round of testing, Tang said, to make sure they meet RE / MAX’s data security and privacy requirements. “We are looking for a willingness to integrate the service with RE / MAX’s core technology offerings and ease of integration,” he said.
The duo said each vendor chooses which discount they want to offer, but that they “make sure agents are always getting great value for their money.”
The RE / MAX Marketplace was launched in August 2020 to simplify the process of finding suppliers for agents and brokers, which was previously limited to a listing on the RE / MAX Resources homepage. With the Marketplace, agents can view a vendor’s information, view demos, and compare tools and services without leaving the platform.
“With Marketplace, we are giving the best agents the best resources that are easy to find, use and implement,” said RE / MAX President Nick Bailey at the marketplace launch in August 2020. ” As RE / MAX expands its own technology offerings, we want the experience of accessing the right tools to be as easy as possible.
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