CoreLogic has integrated its marketing services portal, HomeVisit, into its multiple listing services (MLS) platform – upgrading HomeVisit to expand the range of its marketing service offering.
The newly upgraded HomeVisit provides a single platform where real estate professionals can easily access marketing tools, such as print and video imagery, 3D modeling, virtual tours, and direct mail capabilities. These new enhancements aim to simplify the buying experience for clients and help agents increase leads, boost sales, and sell homes faster, according to CoreLogic.
"The US and global housing markets are undergoing unprecedented transformation, and today's buyers and sellers demand a more effective and seamless experience," said Frank Martell, president and CEO of CoreLogic. "With the changing demographics of the first-time home buyer and strong demand driving real estate transactions across the country, it is the perfect time to take our HomeVisit suite of high-impact marketing services from a regional to a national platform. Over the next year, we expect to have HomeVisit on the desktops of 850,000 real estate professionals, helping them drive value for the millions of people looking to find, buy and protect the homes they love."
Rhode Island Association of Realtors & State-Wide MLS (RIAR & MLS) was one of the real estate organizations that recently implemented CoreLogic HomeVisit for their agents.
"Our agents and brokers are looking for new ways to serve their clients safely and effectively," said John Breault, vice president of multiple listing and member services at RIAR & MLS. "The HomeVisit portal from CoreLogic makes it easy to explore a home without having to physically visit the property. HomeVisit is exactly the type of advanced solution we need right now to help sustain the Rhode Island real estate market. Typically, only high-end listings receive this level of enhanced marketing, but HomeVisit changes that. Now, buyers in all budget ranges will be able to view beautiful images of properties from the comfort and safety of their own homes."