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NCRMLS Brings Interactive Video Software to Its Region

Daniel Jones (Photo courtesy of NCRMLS)

A new partnership between North Carolina Regional MLS (NCRMLS) and Ask The Agent (ATA) brings interactive video software platform to NCRMLS’s real estate professionals. This collaboration brings forth a suite of innovative tools and features designed to empower real estate agents and revolutionize the way they engage with clients and attract new ones.

 “While agents will reap immediate benefits through this exciting development with Ask The Agent, ultimately, it will improve the home buyers’ journey,” said Daniel Jones, CEO of NCRMLS. “This collaboration represents a significant step forward in our continuing commitment to providing our real estate professionals with the most advanced tools, such as this powerful video platform, and resources that help them and their clients while attracting new clients.”

 At the heart of this new partnership is the Ask the Agent suite, which includes Meet the Agent, the Property Listing Channel, the Agent Broadcast Channel and the Agent Dashboard. Collectively, these components represent a significant leap forward in real estate technology by equipping agents with the tech tools they need to thrive in an increasingly competitive market, the company said.

“We are excited to join forces with NCRMLS to bring our cutting-edge interactive video software to their real estate professionals,” said James Beckmann, CEO of ATA. “Our mission is to empower agents with the technology they need to thrive in today’s competitive market, and this partnership is a testament to that commitment.”

The interactive nature of the software provides a more engaging and immersive experience for potential buyers, ultimately leading to more effective leads and better client engagement. The Agent Dashboard and other tools within the Ask the Agent suite streamline and enhance the day-to-day operations of real estate agents, allowing them to manage their listings, communicate with clients, and broadcast their expertise more effectively.