MRIS, the industry-leading Mid-Atlantic Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that facilitates nearly $103 million a day in real estate transactions, is pleased to announce that Jon Coile will serve as the 2013 Chairman for its Board of Directors. Coile succeeds industry veteran Thomas M. Stevens, who guided MRIS for the past term, and will continue to serve on the Board of Directors.
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Jon Coile Assumes Chairman Role at MRIS
New MRIShomes.com Provides Real Time Local Real Estate Listings™
MRIS, the Mid-Atlantic Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that facilitates nearly $103 million a day in real estate transactions, announced the relaunch and rebrand of its consumer-facing home search website, MRIShomes.com, formerly HomesDatabase.com. The rebranded site and companion mobile app provide the most accurate and up-to-date real estate listings available, along with outstanding resources for consumer real estate education.
MRIS CEO David C. Charron Named to Inman 100
Metropolitan Regional Information Systems, Inc. (MRIS), the Mid-Atlantic Multiple Listing Service (MLS) that facilitates nearly $103 million a day in real estate transactions, announced that its President and CEO David C. Charron has been named one of the most influential real estate leaders of 2012 by Inman News, the nation’s leading source of independent real estate news.
October DC Metro Market Sees Highest Annual Price Gain since Dec 2005
Median prices are still rising due to low inventory and an uptick in market activity; Townhomes lead the way in new contracts and median price growth
January RBI Pending Home Sales Index™: Low Inventory Remains the Story for Baltimore Metro Area
The following analysis of the Baltimore Metro Area housing market has been prepared by RealEstate Business Intelligence (RBI), and is based on the January 2012 RBI Pending Home Sales Index™ released today.
HomesDatabase.com Unveils “Lifestyle Search”
Enhanced Search Tool Offers Consumers a More Efficient, Personalized and Focused Home Buying Experience
Baltimore Metro Market Remained Stronger than Last Year in October
Market activity slows with the season, however indicators are stronger than last year; Price growth flattens, despite shrinking inventory
MRIS Announces Inaugural Adam D. Cockey, Jr. Community Leader Award Winner
MRIS yesterday announced the winner of the first annual Adam D. Cockey, Jr. Community Leader Award. MRIS presented the award to Tara Winfree, Branch Vice President of Manassas Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, at a ceremony at the MRIS headquarters Thursday.
Inventory Absorption Continues in Baltimore Metro with Most July Contracts in Six Years
Inventory absorption continues: Highest July-level of new contracts in six years; Back-to-back months of historic lows for new listings
Demand in the Baltimore Metro housing market remains strong into the summer months as evidenced by consistent growth in sales and new contracts. At the same time, the inventory of active listings continues to decline, perhaps an indication that economic uncertainty is keeping many potential sellers in their homes. The increased sales activity coupled with the diminishing supply is putting upward pressure on area home prices.
Continued Tightening in DC Metro Inventory, Highest July Prices in Five Years
Active listings at their lowest level in seven years; Growth continues in condo sales, contracts, and median price.
The shrinking inventory of homes for sale continues to play a major role in the Washington DC Metro Area housing market, though median price and sales growth has slowed. The total inventory of active listings is the lowest of any month since August 2005.