Resaas Services Inc (CNSX:RSS, OTCMKTS:RSASF), the cloud-tech firm, has further increased its stable of real estate associations using its technology - as it inked a deal with the Beverly Hills & Greater Los Angeles asociation of realtors.
The association has over 9,700 REALTOR and affiliate members, spanning the cities of Beverly Hills, Culver City, Los Angeles, Santa Monica, and West Hollywood.
"The leadership at the Beverly Hills & Greater Los Angeles Association has quite the task on their hands, serving this many members in this part of the country," said Tom Rossiter, the chief executive of RESAAS.
"This market in particular has a number of overseas buyers, an area RESAAS is well-versed in providing better visibility and accountability around.
"We will help this important real estate market become better equipped for the way real estate is transacted in today's age, and reinforce the value of the REALTOR brand."
Chip Ahlswede, chief executive at the Beverly Hills & Greater Los Angeles Association, added: "Our association has many members, and it spreads a wide geography as well as a wide value of listings. We needed a better way to allow all our members, regardless of the market they serve or their tenure in the industry, to be able to communicate with each other in an efficient, productive and compliant way."
The deal will allow members to see and share the local real estate market in real time using RESAAS Association Messenger and RESAAS RealTimeMLS(TM), platforms being used already by 11 other major real estate associations across America.
Major markets already using the firm's technology are San Francisco, San Diego, Miami, Austin, Alameda, Rhode Island, Delta, Oakland/Berkeley, Prescott, El Paso, and Chicago.
Resaas Services shares added 3.03% to C$0.68.