Dotloop, the Cinncinati-based leading platform for simplifying the real estate buying and selling process, has announced 23 new integrations with partners that have gone live since January 2017.
The company believes the new integrations are a result of the improved application program interface (API) that it introduced for developers in March 2017, which offer users a more seamless operation with external real estate applications and services that many dotloop users are already leveraging to do their day-to-day jobs.
“We are working to create a better connected and more seamless real estate ecosystem that makes it easier for brokers and agents to get deals done,” said Austin Allison, Founder and General Manager of dotloop. “We’re proud of the work we’ve done so far this year to integrate with new partners, and will continue to bring additional partners onto the dotloop platform.”
Among one of the 23 partners to integrate with Dotloop is the online marketing company Boston Logic. Its founder David Friedman says the collaboration between his company and Dotloop offers brokerages more complete real-time visibility into transactions.
“We are excited to be able to help real estate professionals easily and quickly populate transaction details like status, lead source, price and projected closing date directly from dotloop to Boston Logic and attribute those transactions to the original source of the lead so brokers can get hard numbers on the ROI of their marketing efforts.”
“Agents that use both dotloop and BoomTown can leverage this integration to create a more seamless hand-off from agent to transaction coordinator,” said Grier Allen, CEO at BoomTown. “Another benefit of the integration is the automatic bi-directional synchronization of transaction information, creating clear transparency between the systems.”
In 2016, dotloop announced integrations with AccountTech, LoneWolf, Emphasys, ProfitPower, Loft47, and InsideRealEstate.