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Ben Caballero Sets a New World Record With $1.9 Billion in Home Sales
Guinness World Record Holder Smashes His Own Record, Sells Over 4,700 Homes in 2017 DALLAS, June 11, 2018 -- Guinness World Record holder Ben Caballero of HomesUSA.com in Addison, Texas, set a new world record for home sales in a single year. Caballero sold more than 4,700 homes worth in excess of $1.9 billion in 2017, smashing the world record he set in 2016. Caballero sold 4,799 homes last year totaling $1.906 billion in the state of Texas. In 2016, he sold 3,556 homes totaling $1.444 billion. It was his 2016 production that recently landed him the title of real estate's first Guinness World Record holder. Caballero lists homes for more than 60 builders in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Austin and San Antonio. As published in The Wall Street Journal, and independently confirmed by REAL Trends, Ben Caballero is the top-ranked real estate professional in the U.S. in both total number of home sales and total annual dollar volume. To put Caballero's 2017 numbers in perspective, he sold an average of 92 homes a week – more than one dozen homes per day, every day of the year. That's more than one-and-a-half home sales every business hour. "Texas is my not-so-secret sauce," said Caballero. "It's the nation's most vibrant home-building market, with Dallas-Fort Worth being the highest-ranked market for builders in the country. When one factors Houston's recovering from Hurricane Harvey, Austin's continuing its burgeoning pace and the unique qualities that make San Antonio attractive, Texas continues to prove itself a winner for home builders." He added, "Because these markets have remained strong and stable in 2018, I'm on pace this year to break my 2017 record." First Billion Dollar Agent Recently, Guinness World Records (GWR) recognized Caballero as the world's most productive real estate agent. He holds the official GWR title for "Most annual home sales transactions through MLS by an individual sell side real estate agent." Unlike most top-producing agents who work in major cities on the East and West Coasts, Caballero's home sales are all in Texas. His business serves communities throughout Austin, Houston and San Antonio as well as his hometown market of Dallas-Fort Worth. By the numbers, market-by-market Last year, Caballero was also the first individual agent ever to sell more than $1 billion in home sales within a single market. In 2017, Caballero sold 3,035 homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth market, with sales totaling $1,200,477,303. The average home price in Dallas-Fort Worth of homes Caballero sold was $395,544. In Houston, he sold 836 homes in 2017, with sales totaling $328,425,587. The average home price in Houston of homes Caballero sold was $392,854. In Austin, Caballero sold 733 homes, with sales totaling $304,443,584. The average home price in Austin of homes Caballero sold was $416,475. In San Antonio, he sold 165 homes, with sales totaling $66,358,873. The average home price in San Antonio of homes Caballero sold was $402,175. What is not included in Caballero's final tally are the inside sales he handled for two large volume builders. He listed and sold an additional 597 new homes for these two builders with a sale volume that totaled $213,715,517. How does Caballero do it? By using the HomesUSA.com platform he created, Caballero leverages online technology to achieve his unprecedented sales volume. Nearly all his transactions are for home builders, which is different than those of most other top-producing agents. HomesUSA.com's cloud-based listing management and marketing platform streamlines the MLS listing process and speeds up sales for home builders. Agents receive data with improved accuracy, which increases their ability to sell new homes to consumers. Faster sales increase builder profitability. About Ben Caballero and HomesUSA.com Ben Caballero is the world's most productive real estate agent, as recognized by Guinness World Records. Top-ranked in the U.S. by REAL Trends since 2013, as advertised in The Wall Street Journal, he is the only agent to exceed the $1 billion in residential sales transactions, a feat first achieved in 2015 and repeated each year since. An award-winning innovator, Caballero is the founder and CEO of HomesUSA.com® Inc., working with more than 60 home builders in Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, Austin and San Antonio. Learn more at HomesUSA.com.
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Housing Economists Call for Increase in Home Construction
WASHINGTON (May 18, 2018) – An increase in housing supply is crucial to the health and sustainability of the real estate market and the economy, according to speakers at a session organized by the REALTOR® University Richard J. Rosenthal Center for Real Estate Studies during the 2018 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo. The session, "Outlook for Home Prices and Residential Construction," focused on rapidly rising home prices, tight home inventories and whether or not the country is in the middle of a bubble. All three of the panelists agreed that more new home construction is necessary to meet rising demand from increasing household formation and curtail the affordability crisis. "Young adults of today are forming households at a much lower rate than previous generations, and high housing costs contribute to that," said Len Kiefer, deputy chief economist for Freddie Mac. According to Kiefer, one third to three quarters of U.S. markets have an elevated home price-to-income ratio and many major markets, such as Austin, Miami and Portland, are getting close to surpassing their 2008 ratio. "Are we in a bubble? No, not currently," said Kiefer. He outlined ways the current market is different from the one leading to the recession, such as no signs of over leveraging and the very low ratios of household income to debt. The aggregate risk of mortgages in the U.S. is also comparatively low "Those risky loans that contribute to the last bubble have largely gone away in the current market," he said. However, the panelists were quick to point out that just because we are not currently in a bubble does not mean we won't enter one. If supply and demand continues to become more and more out of balance, it could trigger a fast price growth, said NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun. "A best-case scenario is largely dependent on new home construction. An increase in inventory will provide some much-needed release," he said. Ken Simonson, chief economist for Associated General Contractors of America, discussed how low employment in construction is also contributing to the lag in new home construction, despite high demand. "Construction saw a 30 percent drop in employment in the previous decade, the largest drop of any industry. They also began laying people off a year before the recession began and did not start hiring again until much later than other industries," said Simonson. This has led to difficulty in bringing skilled laborers back to the industry. "Construction companies are having to hire people with no experience and spend more time and money on training," he said. Material costs have also contributed to the low rate of construction. The price of diesel fuel, which is used in earth moving vehicles and in transporting materials, has risen 42 percent since 2017. The cost of lumber and plywood has also increased 11 percent, copper and brass mill shapes have risen 10 percent and ready-mix concrete has risen 7 percent. The National Association of Realtors® is America's largest trade association, representing 1.3 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.
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Despite Record-High Costs, New Home Construction Showed Modest Growth in the Fourth Quarter, Redfin Finds
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HUD and Census Bureau Report Residential Construction Activity in November 2017
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Census Bureau jointly announced the following new residential construction statistics for November 2017. Building Permits: Privately owned housing units authorized by building permits in November were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,298,000. This is 1.4 percent (±1.7 percent)* below the revised October rate of 1,316,000 but is 3.4 percent (±2.3 percent) above the November 2016 rate of 1,255,000. Single-family authorizations in November were at a rate of 862,000; this is 1.4 percent (±1.6 percent)* above the revised October figure of 850,000. Authorizations of units in buildings with five units or more were at a rate of 395,000 in November. Housing Starts: Privately owned housing starts in November were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,297,000. This is 3.3 percent (±9.1 percent)* above the revised October estimate of 1,256,000 and is 12.9 percent (±11.7 percent) above the November 2016 rate of 1,149,000. Single-family housing starts in November were at a rate of 930,000; this is 5.3 percent (±10.2 percent)* above the revised October figure of 883,000. The November rate for units in buildings with five units or more was 359,000. Housing Completions: Privately owned housing completions in November were at a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 1,116,000. This is 6.1 percent (±10.4 percent)* below the revised October estimate of 1,189,000 and is 7.2 percent (±12.5 percent)* below the November 2016 rate of 1,203,000. Single-family housing completions in November were at a rate of 752,000; this is 4.6 percent (±12.0 percent)* below the revised October rate of 788,000. The November rate for units in buildings with five units or more was 353,000. The December report is scheduled for release on January 18, 2018. Read more about new residential construction activity. Explanatory Notes In interpreting changes in the statistics in this release, note that month-to-month changes in seasonally adjusted statistics often show movements which may be irregular. It may take three months to establish an underlying trend for building permit authorizations, six months for total starts, and six months for total completions. The statistics in this release are estimated from sample surveys and are subject to sampling variability as well as nonsampling error including bias and variance from response, nonreporting, and undercoverage. Estimated relative standard errors of the most recent data are shown in the tables. Whenever a statement such as “2.5 percent (±3.2 percent) above” appears in the text, this indicates the range (-0.7 to +5.7 percent) in which the actual percentage change is likely to have occurred. All ranges given for percentage changes are 90 percent confidence intervals and account only for sampling variability. If a range does not contain zero, the change is statistically significant. If it does contain zero, the change is not statistically significant; that is, it is uncertain whether there was an increase or decrease. The same policies apply to the confidence intervals for percentage changes shown in the tables. On average, the preliminary seasonally adjusted estimates of total building permits, housing starts and housing completions are revised 3 percent or less. Explanations of confidence intervals and sampling variability can be found at the Census Bureau’s website. * The 90 percent confidence interval includes zero. In such cases, there is insufficient statistical evidence to conclude that the actual change is different from zero.
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HUD and Census Bureau Report Residential and Construction Activity in July 2017
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BuildersUpdate.com Selected as Exclusive New Construction Data Supplier to Realtors Property Resource®
AUSTIN, Texas--BuildersUpdate.com has reached an exclusive agreement with Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®) to provide RPR with new home construction data for REALTORS® to access nationwide. "RPR is very excited about this new partnership," said RPR CEO Dale Ross. "Our goal is to provide REALTORS® with the latest in high value property information to assist their clients and customers at all levels of the real estate transaction. By adding new home construction data through Builders Update, agents will have access to an important resource in today's rapidly changing market, while being protected in the sales process." According to Bill Gaul, CEO of Builders Update, new home data availability for agents is often spotty and difficult to acquire. The agreement will initially make about 100,000 new home listings available to agents through RPR. "We are pleased that we have worked out an agreement with RPR®, a system that is both technically advanced and highly regarded in the country as the 'go-to' resource for licensed agents," said Gaul. "I was immediately impressed after receiving a presentation about RPR® capabilities and functionality, however, a depth of new home construction data was missing." Bob Seeman, VP of Business Development for Builders Update, added, "Agents want to sell homes, brokers want to make money, and once agents realize how easy it is to use this data provided to RPR in their presentations, they will increase their earnings potential. Agents will now have 24/7 access to thousands of new home listings and builders will be able to make their homes available to hundreds of thousands licensed Realtors® working with pre-qualified buyers who would consider a new home." Builders typically spend a great deal of money and time trying to woo consumers directly, but in fact, according to NAR, 64% of new home construction is sold with the help of a REALTOR®. "The reality," said Gaul, "is that reaching agents using a tool like this is far more cost-effective for a builder because the agents are ready with a pre-qualified client. About BuildersUpdate.com BuildersUpdate.com is a web-based search engine to locate new home inventory, communities, to-be-builts, and coming soon communities.
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Top Producing Tech Platform offered to Homebuilders in Top U.S. Markets
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Builders Digital Experience (BDX) Updates New Home Source Professional Platform For Real Estate Agents
AUSTIN, TX (APRIL 26, 2016)--Builders Digital Experience (BDX) has launched major updates to the NewHomeSourceProfessional.com platform, which allows real estate agents to search for new construction homes and is used by a number of MLSs nationwide to complement their current database. With listing data provided directly from thousands of builders nationwide, the new platform offers a modern interface, more search filters, multiple result views (homes or communities in list, photo, and map options), expanded detail pages, and printable reports, plus saved searches and saved listings that can be shared directly with clients. All agents with a free account on New Home Source Professional now also get a free, multi-purpose Consumer Portal, which serves as both a standalone, agent-branded new construction website for agents to generate new business and a place for clients to review shared listings and searches. In 2015, nearly 10% of all homes sold were new construction, according to the National Association of Homebuilders. Yet because much of the inventory is in the form of builder plans that do not have fixed addresses or prices, it often doesn't appear in MLS systems. That's why over 25 MLSs partner with BDX to provide New Home Source Professional to members. Current partners include CRMLS, MRIS, MRED, MFRMLS, MIAMI, ARMLS, MLSListings, GLVAR and ABOR. MLSs have added the platform through a no-cost partnership with BDX, which includes an MLS-branded version of New Home Source Professional. More than 400,000 agents currently have access the platform via their MLS. "New Home Source Professional gives my Subscribers access to the unique information on a new property that does not fit into the traditional MLS," said Sean Murphy, Executive Vice President of the MLS of Southern Arizona. "Their team has been responsive to the feedback from my Subscribers and it shows in the updated platform. The updates to the platform will make using the service a more fulfilling and productive experience for my Subscribers." The new tools are in addition to existing platform features and information, including builder contact information, interactive assets, compensation details, promotions, events, community-level data and educational articles and videos for agents. The updates are for desktop and tablet users, with mobile set for a summer launch. The platform updates were based on feedback from agents and BDX's MLS partners, who are part of an expanding industry effort to make sure agents have single access to all new construction inventory and develop relationships between agents and builders. About Builders Digital ExperienceBuilders Digital Experience (BDX) is a leading provider of digital marketing and sales solutions for home builders. In addition to hosting the top new home listing site (NewHomeSource.com), and providing distribution of new home listings to hundreds of real estate websites, BDX offers website development, interactive floor plans, photo realistic renderings, and digital sales solutions to builders and real estate developers. Together these online and interactive resources help builders create a true digital experience for their buyers. For more information, visit http://www.thebdx.com.
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Realtor.com® Identifies America's Boom Towns
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NAR HOME Survey Underscores Need for More Single-family Home Construction
  WASHINGTON, March 15, 2016 — Over three-quarters of surveyed households would purchase a single-family home if they were to buy in the next six months, and 79 percent of renters would choose to buy outside of an urban area, according to the second installment of the National Association of Realtors® new quarterly consumer survey. The survey also found that confidence about now being a good time to buy is waning amongst renters, particularly in the West – where prices have solidly risen. In NAR's first quarter Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey, respondents were asked about their confidence in the U.S. economy and various questions about their housing expectations and preferences, including a question on if they were to purchase a house in the next six months, what type of home and in what area would they choose to buy.   The survey data reveals an overwhelming consumer preference for single-family homes in suburban areas. Most current homeowners (85 percent) and 75 percent of renters said they would purchase a single-family home, while only 15 percent of homeowners and 21 percent of renters said that would buy in an urban area. Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, says the survey findings call attention to the glaring need for more supply of single-family homes. "The American Dream for most consumers is not a cramped, 500-square-foot condo in the middle of the city, but instead a larger home within close proximity to the jobs and entertainment an urban area provides," he said. "While this is not a new discovery, supply and demand imbalances and unhealthy levels of price growth in several metro areas have made buying an affordable home an onerous task for far too many first-time buyers and middle-class families." According to Yun, it's time for homebuilders to double their focus on constructing single-family homes. With millennials increasingly buying in the suburbs – as NAR reported earlier this month – tight inventory and affordability concerns will likely worsen without significant headways made in housing starts in relation to job creation. Renters lose optimism about now being a good time to buy Heading into the spring buying season, NAR's survey found that compared to the December 2015 survey the same share of homeowners (82 percent) but fewer renters (62 percent versus 68 percent last quarter) believe that now is a good time to buy. "A high number of homeowners are expressing that it's a good time to buy and this sentiment is no doubt being fueled by the $4.4 trillion in housing equity accumulation in the past three years," says Yun. "On the other hand, accelerating home prices and the perceived difficulty in obtaining a mortgage appears to be tugging at the confidence of renters." Overall, respondents over the age of 65, those living in the Midwest and those with incomes over $100,000 were the most optimistic about buying now. Among current homeowners, fewer (56 percent) believe it is a good time to sell compared to the fourth quarter of 2015 (61 percent). Amidst steep price increases and tight supply, respondents in the West were the most likely to think now is a good time to sell, while also being the least likely to think now is a good time to buy. Slightly fewer households think the U.S. economy is improving Among all households in the survey, less than half believe the economy is improving (48 percent), down from 50 percent in last quarter's survey. Renters, those living in urban areas and respondents with lower incomes were the most optimistic. The HOME survey's monthly Personal Financial Outlook Index of all households has slightly dipped (to 58.1) since December (59.6), but is mostly unchanged from March 2015 – reflecting stable confidence that respondents' financial situation will be better in six months. Currently, renters, younger and lower income households and those living in urban areas are more optimistic about their future financial situation. Location matters depending on lifestyle Across all age groups, when asked about their future buying preferences, survey responses were closely tied to each generation's typical lifestyle, with younger buyers being more likely to consider buying a single-family home. Not surprisingly, renters and younger buyers would for the most part purchase larger homes, whereas older buyers would purchase similar or smaller sized homes. Highlighting the apparent appetite for some older households to downsize and live in the city, respondents over the age of 65 were the most likely to consider a condo and nearly as likely as respondents under the age of 35 to consider purchasing in an urban area. Most respondents indicated their preference to stay in a similar area to their current living situation if they were to buy in the next six months. Over two-thirds of those living in rural areas and 75 percent of those living in suburban areas would buy in a similar area. Only those living in an urban area would be more likely to move elsewhere, with a suburban area within 20 miles of the city being the most frequent choice of urban buyers moving to another type of area. About NAR's HOME survey In January through early March 2016, a sample of U.S. households was surveyed via random-digit dial, including half via cell phones and the other half via land lines. The survey was conducted by an established survey research firm, TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence. Each month approximately 900 qualified households responded to the survey. The data was compiled for this report and a total of 2,781 household responses are represented.
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Realtor.com® 2016 Housing Forecast Predicts Healthy Market with New Construction Driving Highest Level of Home Sales Since 2006
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New Home Listings From BDX Now Featured on Homes.com
AUSTIN, TX, OCTOBER 20, 2015 — Builders Digital Experience (BDX), industry aggregator of the number one new home search site, NewHomeSource.com, and leading provider of digital marketing and sales solutions for home builders announced they have launched their new home listings on Homes.com. Homes.com® is the fourth largest real estate website and leading online real estate destination and provider of real estate marketing solutions. Through the partnership, BDX is the exclusive provider of aggregated new home listings on Homes.com, adding approximately 80,000 new construction listings and dramatically expanding consumer choices as they search for their next home. Builders listing all of their communities with BDX will automatically have their data included on the Homes.com website. "We are excited to expand our distribution of new home content to Homes.com. This partnership provides BDX builder customers with access to a large incremental audience of home shoppers who may not have considered new construction," said Peter Brumme, Builders Digital Experience Vice President and General Manager. "Providing Homes.com with the most comprehensive and up to date set of new home plans means consumers using Homes.com can greatly broaden their options for new homes," said Brumme Through the partnership with BDX home builders will receive the following benefits on Homes.com: Access to more than 13 million transaction-ready consumers visiting Homes.com each month. Leads delivered directly to BDX builders. Placement in a dedicated new homes section on Homes.com. Immediate ability to add new home listings on Homes.com through the BDX platform. New home plans are also featured within the main search results page alongside resale homes. "Homes.com is thrilled to officially launch the BDX partnership on Homes.com, supporting our ongoing efforts to provide consumers with more quality listings along with direct access to real estate professionals in their local area," said David Mele, president of Homes.com. "With 90 percent of the consumers visiting Homes.com looking for their next home, builders listing with BDX offer our consumers additional options to consider when purchasing their next home." Builders interested in having their new home plans included on Homes.com should visit http://www.theBDX.com. About Builders Digital Experience Builders Digital Experience (BDX) is a leading provider of digital marketing and sales solutions for home builders. In addition to hosting the top new home listing site (NewHomeSource.com), and providing distribution of new home listings to hundreds of real estate websites, BDX offers website development, interactive floor plans, photo realistic renderings, and digital sales solutions to builders and real estate developers. Together these online and interactive resources help builders create a true digital experience for their buyers. For more information, visit http://www.theBDX.com. About Homes.com Homes.com is a leading provider of real estate marketing and media services, including brand advertising, property listing exposure and syndication, search engine marketing and instant response lead generation. Homes.com Connect offers the real estate industry's first-ever all-inclusive marketing platform for agents and brokers featuring single-login convenience. Homes.com is visited by more than 13 million consumers each month to search three million properties for sale or rent, to locate real estate agents in their area and to find useful home buying tips. For more information, visit http://www.Homes.com.
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Builders Digital Experience Continues to Build Support for Industry Initiative
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Homes.com and BDX Announce Exclusive Partnership
  NORFOLK, VA. SEPTEMBER 02, 2015 —Homes.com®, leading online real estate destination and provider of real estate marketing solutions, is now partnering with Builders Digital Experience (BDX), a leading provider of digital marketing and sales solutions for home builders and the digital aggregator of new home content from builders throughout the U.S. BDX will be the exclusive provider of aggregated new home listings on Homes.com, adding approximately 80,000 new construction listings and dramatically expanding consumer choices as they search for their next home. Builders listing all of their communities with BDX will automatically have their data included on the Homes.com website. "This new partnership with BDX offers consumers searching for their next home more quality listings, direct access to local builders and a more comprehensive picture of the local housing market and inventory, while reinforcing Homes.com's position as a leader in the online real estate space," said Dave Mele, president of Homes.com. "With 90 percent of the consumers visiting Homes.com looking for their next home and over half wanting a home that is 'move-in ready,' partnering with BDX to add more new construction options is a win for everyone." Homes.com's partnership with BDX offers new home builders: Access to more than 13 million transaction-ready consumers visiting Homes.com each month. Exclusive, real-time leads delivered directly to BDX builders. Immediate ability to add new home listings on Homes.com through the BDX platform "We know that 56 percent of homebuyers go into a home search considering new construction, and now through our relationship with Homes.com, homebuyers now have access to additional new home content in their search for available home options in their area," said Peter Brumme, Builders Digital Experience vice president and general manager. Builders interested in learning more about advertising on Homes.com or the benefits of BDX should visit http://connect.homes.com/advertise/builders/. About Homes.com Homes.com is a leading provider of real estate marketing and media services, including brand advertising, property listing exposure and syndication, search engine marketing and instant response lead generation. Homes.com Connect offers the real estate industry's first-ever all-inclusive marketing platform for agents and brokers featuring single-login convenience. Homes.com is visited by more than 13 million consumers each month to search three million properties for sale or rent, to locate real estate agents in their area and to find useful home buying tips. For more information, visit http://www.Homes.com. About Builders Digital Experience Builders Digital Experience (BDX) is a leading provider of digital marketing and sales solutions for home builders. In addition to hosting the top new home listing site (NewHomeSource.com), and providing distribution of new home listings to hundreds of real estate websites, BDX offers website development, interactive floor plans, photo realistic renderings, and digital sales solutions to builders and real estate developers. Together these online and interactive resources help builders create a true digital experience for their buyers. For more information, visit http://www.theBDX.com.
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Builders Update Joins Forces with My Florida Regional MLS
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New Home Source Professional Launches New Home Data for MRIS Customers
Austin, Texas (January 15, 2015)--Builders Digital Experience, Inc. (BDX) announced that customers of Rockville, MD based Metropolitan Regional Information Systems (MRIS), the industry-leading Mid-Atlantic region multiple listing service (MLS), now have access to new home construction data. The new home data is compiled solely from real estate agent-friendly builders (builders committed to pay compensation to real estate agents participating in the transaction) and is available via a new integration agreement with New Home Source Professional. New Home Source Professional is the premier web site for real estate professionals to get all of the information that they need about new homes and communities for their clients. Designed specifically for real estate agents, New Home Source Professional has the largest searchable collection of new homes available anywhere, including plans, builder promotions and community-level data. MRIS is part of a growing list of MLS organizations across the country that are working with New Home Source Professional to bring this new home data to MLS customers. As part of the agreements, these MLSs have a turnkey, branded "new home channel" accessible through their MLS interface. MLS customers can search and view builders' new home inventory from within their MLS systems through a customized version of NewHomeSourceProfessional.com. This access to new home information allows agents to serve buyers in an increasingly competitive digital landscape. MLS integrations are already active and available for customers of the following MLSs: MRIS in the Mid-Atlantic area including Maryland, Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia and parts of West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Delaware. Midwest Real Estate Data (MRED) in Chicago, IL; California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS) in Los Angeles and Orange County; MLSListings in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area; Austin Board of REALTORS® (ABOR) in Austin, TX; Greater Las Vegas Association of REALTORS® (GLVAR) in Las Vegas, NV. East Bay Regional Data Inc. (EBRDI) in Concord, CA Contra Costa Association of REALTORS® (CCAR) in Walnut Creek, CA; Bay East Association of REALTORS® in Pleasanton, CA; Arizona Regional MLS (ARMLS) in Phoenix, AZ; Northeast Florida Multiple Listing Service (RealtyWeb) in Jacksonville, FL; Jupiter Tequesta Hobe Sound Association of REALTORS® (JTHS MLS) in Jupiter, FL; San Diego County Regional Multiple Listing Service (Sandicor) in San Diego, CA; Regional MLS (RMLS) in Portland, OR; Tucson Association of REALTORS® MLS (TAR/MLS) in Tucson, AZ; Information and Real Estate Services (IRES), in Loveland, CO; "Nationally, based on our research of consumers and real estate agents, 48% of agents prefer selling new construction homes and our relationship with MRIS allows them to bring an unprecedented level of new home information directly to their clients," said Tim Costello, Chief Executive Officer, Builders Digital Experience. MLSs interested in adding new home community and plan listings to their member dashboard should contact Bill Barnes at BBarnes(at)theBDX(dot)com or 954-661-5301. To learn more about New Home Source Professional and MRIS, please visit http://www.mris.com/mris-products/affiliated-services/new-home-source-professional. About Builders Digital Experience Builders Digital Experience, LLC (BDX) was founded to combine the industry's leading new home resources under one roof and offer builders innovative online marketing options, streamlined customer service and support, and greater value. Capitalizing on over 14 years of building industry experience, BDX operates http://www.NewHomeSourceProfessional.com, the leading new home website for real estate agents, while also providing other services to builders, including advertising and online listings, video production, rich media renderings, mobile search, custom website production and more. For more information, visit http://www.thebdx.com. About MRIS MRIS is Real Estate in Real Time™. We're a leading provider of real estate information technology and services, and are frequently ranked among the most productive Multiple Listing Services (MLS) in the nation, facilitating over $45 billion in system wide sales in 2014. In its core market, MRIS supports over 45,000 real estate professionals spanning the Mid-Atlantic region, including Maryland, Northern Virginia, Washington, D.C. and parts of Pennsylvania, Delaware and West Virginia. MRIS provides a portfolio of technology solutions and proprietary databases for real estate professionals, as well as broker and agent software products and an industry-leading consumer portal, MRIShomes.com (formerly HomesDatabase). In addition, the CURE Solutions Group, a subsidiary of MRIS, provides proprietary back-end technology to other MLS systems, serving nearly 120,000 customers each day. Visit MRIS at MRIS.com.
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CyberCity 3D, Inc., Partners with HomeGain®
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