REfindly Realtor Technology
REfindly Realtor technology and Chief Technology Officer Ryan Tremblay is the focus of a new Business Observer feature involving Southwest Florida’s top entrepreneurs. The story makes reference to Tremblay’s resolve to create an affordable platform of tools that would enable single
real estate agents and brokerages to better generate leads, manage their customer relationships and more effectively focus on sales. As Writer Ted Carter explains, “An affinity for the little guy makes [Tremblay’s] work even more gratifying.” Of course, as the story explains, since launching more than four years ago, the client base has grown to include both small and large firms, and REfindly Realtor technology has advanced beyond Southwest Florida into other markets of America.
IDX Website: A website that allows all listings within a market to be displayed through customizable filters on a website, including other tools that allow for fast & easy home searches by home buyers, lead capture as well as enhanced search engine recognition, automatic updating of information, responsiveness, and more.
Customer Relationship Management: A tool that allows for efficient managing of customers which includes transparency into a user’s activity on site, capture of enriched lead data, auto-messaging, auto-distribution of leads among a team of agents, task planning, event scheduling and more.
Lead Generation: An add-on service allowing for the capture of home buyers or home sellers through online campaigns coordinated by REfindly.
The Business Observer story also included remarks from Customer Jesse McGreey of Domain Realty. He indicated how his firm used REfindly Realtor technology “to expand on kind of a massive scale.” He added that the firm has increased numbers “every year” since they began using the system.
The entire team at REfindly congratulates Ryan for this well-deserved recognition; and we also thank the editors at Business Observer for recognizing the beneficial impact REfindly Realtor technology is making within the real estate industry. To read the full story, CLICK HERE.