MRIS is pleased to announce that its President and CEO, David Charron, will speak on the Uberfication of Real Estate at Inman News’ Real Estate Connect Conference in San Francisco on July 16. Charron, who has been named to the Inman’s 100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders for the past eight years, will be speaking on a panel with Homesnap Co-Founder & CEO Guy Wolcott and other top industry thought-leaders. The Uberfication of Real Estate panel will focus on MRIS’s partnership with Homesnap and what it takes to deliver professional-grade mobile tools for real estate professionals on-the-go.
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MRIS CEO David Charron to Speak at Inman’s Real Estate Connect
Next Generation of Housing Analytics Launched with SmartCharts from RBI
MRIS announced today that its subsidiary, RealEstate Business Intelligence (RBI), has launched its new market information platform, SmartCharts, and expanded its rbiEXPERT premium version as SmartCharts Pro.
MRIS and Homesnap Announce Game-Changing Mobile App for Real Estate Professionals
MRIS has announced it will be the first MLS in the country to partner with Homesnap Pro, the professional version of Homesnap’s popular consumer mobile application. Homesnap Pro combines robust MRIS information with Homesnap’s leading mobile technology platform to provide users the most complete, accurate, up-to-date and accessible mobile real estate experience. As part of this partnership, MRIS will provide its 44,000+ customers with complimentary subscriptions to Homesnap Pro.
MRIS Recognized as a Leading Technology Innovator by SmartCEO Magazine
MRIS is pleased to announce that it has been named a finalist for Washington SmartCEO’s 2014 Voltage Awards. The Voltage Award program celebrates the ever-increasing role technology innovators and implementers play in the business community as drivers of the technology sector. MRIS was named a finalist in the mid-sized Technology Innovator category for developing new technologies that improve operational efficiencies.
MRIS Releases List of Green Home Trends Popular with Homebuyers This Spring
MRIS has released the top five green home trends in the MRIS footprint. MRIS received responses from over 1,300 real estate professionals and combed through its residential listings to identify the most popular green home features.
RealEstate Business Intelligence Launches New City and Subdivision Features
MRIS has announced that its subsidiary, RealEstate Business Intelligence (RBI), has launched city and subdivision housing statistics for rbiEXPERT customers. With the addition of city and subdivision data, rbiEXPERT customers can now see critical housing market trends for over 600 cities and 7,500 subdivisions. Subdivisions include 4,100 advertised subdivisions, based on what the area is locally known as, and 3,500 legal subdivisions, based on tax records.
New MRIS Survey Reveals Pulse of 2014 Spring Real Estate Market
MRIS has released the results from its 2014 Spring Real Estate Outlook Survey. The survey drew responses from over 1,300 real estate professionals within the MRIS geographic footprint, including Washington D.C., Baltimore, Northern Virginia, and parts of West Virginia and Pennsylvania, focusing on their predictions for the spring market.
MRIS CEO David Charron Named to The Daily Record’s Influential Marylanders List
MRIS is pleased to announce that its President and CEO David Charron was named to The Daily Record’s 2014 list of Influential Marylanders. The 53 honorees were selected by the editors of The Daily Record for their significant contributions to their respective fields and for their leadership in Maryland in the following areas: civic leadership, communications, education, finance, freestyle, health care, law, philanthropy, real estate and technology.
MRIS Leaders Listed Among Swanepoel’s Most Powerful People in Real Estate
MRIS congratulates its Chairman of the Board Jon Coile and many other regional leaders for being recognized on the 1st annual Swanepoel Power 200 List. The 2013 Swanepoel Power 200 is one of the most comprehensive lists of powerful key decision makers, trailblazers, influencers and innovators in the residential real estate brokerage industry. The Swanepoel ranks are based on benchmarks and algorithms that take into account a number of factors including the individual’s personal influence, industry tenure, decision-making power, growth potential and other key contributions.
MRIS Releases 2013’s Top 10 Most Expensive Homes Sold in the Washington, D.C. Metro Area
MRIS announced the top ten most expensive homes sold in the Washington, D.C. metro area in 2013. MRIS defines the D.C. metro area to include Washington D.C.; Alexandria City, Va.; Arlington County, Va.; Fairfax City, Va.; Fairfax County, Va.; Falls Church City, Va.; Montgomery County, Md.; and Prince George’s County, Md. The most expensive homes in Washington’s metro ranged from $12 million to $6.425 million and are located exclusively in Fairfax County and Washington, D.C. In comparison, 2012’s most expensive home was sold for $11 million.