Member News: Agents Sign In With Their Fingerprint To Edit Listings And Upload Photos In Their MLS
Thursday, February 25, 2016
Posted by: CMLS
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. ― HomeSpotter equips real estate agents to move faster and be more productive in the field. Agents can now sign in to access protected areas of the MLS in HomeSpotter using their fingerprint or PIN code.
“Our goal is to be at the forefront of mobile innovation in the real estate industry,” said Aaron Kardell, founder and CEO of HomeSpotter. “We were the first to broadly popularize innovations like augmented reality and the concept of deep MLS access from a mobile app. We are excited to innovate in the area of secure access balancing MLS needs for security and data protection and agents desire to have quick access on the go.”
HomeSpotter also released deep integration support for Black Knight Financial Services ® Paragon MLS system to empower agents to edit listings and upload photos quickly in the field. Agents can also access saved searches, carts, and contacts that they have saved in Paragon right from HomeSpotter’s convenient mobile interface.
Of course, agents using HomeSpotter continue to have access to powerful search tools and private agentonly MLS information, as well as builtin messaging and collaboration capabilities.
HomeSpotter is the only vendor to offer these extensive deep MLS integration capabilities for today’s most popular MLS systems, which also include CoreLogic ® Matrix ™ and FBS Flexmls.
To learn more about HomeSpotter’s updates on Touch ID, edit and upload, and Paragon integration, please visit the HomeSpotter video on YouTube.
HomeSpotter provides beautiful mobilefirst home search to more than 250,000 real estate agents throughout the U.S. and Canada. HomeSpotter makes collaboration fast, easy and fun for agents and their buyers.
HomeSpotter is a registered trademark of HomeSpotter, LLC. All other referenced product names and marks are trademarks of their respective owners and are hereby acknowledged.
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