RES.NET has launched a new homepage to better communicate with current users and facilitate connections among all participants of a real estate transaction.
Initially established in 2003 as a subsidiary of USRES, RES.NET, provides an array of portals designed for different aspects of the real estate industry and integrates servicers, brokers, outsourcers, third-party service providers, homeowners and buyers.
“We continuously receive positive feedback on RES.NET’s ability to add efficiency and transparency to a process that is known for being extremely complex,” said Todd Mobraten, COO and president of RES.NET. “This year, our focus has been on further enhancing each portal to offer an even greater experience to every user – banks, servicers, real estate agents, vendors and consumers. This new homepage is an extension of these efforts and now makes it even simpler for all parties of a transaction to connect.”
- The RES.NET homepage now features an informational and education newsroom that includes:
- Access to training videos that provide banks and servicers, real estate agents and vendors valuable instruction on how to improve business and transform the real estate transaction using technology;
- The latest industry news, making the homepage a source for important daily headlines; and
- An added widget to share company and industry events.
The How it Works Video, also available on RES.NET’s new homepage, details how industry professionals can leverage RES.NET Connect, the communication board that unites all participants of a real estate transaction through a single interface. The newsroom portion of the homepage was developed through a partnership with marketing software firm SquaredOut.
Mobraten added, “Our homepage is a true channel for all participants to unite and easily obtain the tools needed to drive a smooth and successful real estate experience. We know that agents and mortgage professionals are inundated with news and wanted our homepage to serve as a resource that brings continual value to their businesses.”