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Featured CMA®

Create Connections with the Buyers and Sellers You Want

Create connections with the buyers and sellers you want RDCCMA1

Continual Online Exposure

  • Generate more inquires from your target farming area. Now you can connect with the buyers and sellers you want, when you want.
  • From the front page and every page of the® search results, Featured CMA® puts you in contact with buyers and sellers who want local market data.
  • Keep your brand front and center with repeated exclusive exposure.
  • Demonstrate your high-level knowledge of local market conditions

Continual Offline Exposure

  • Help generate more inquires from your target farming area with proven tested marketing.
  • Start a farming campaign that automatically mails 40 times a year
  • Appeal to consumers looking for information specific to their neighborhood such as listing and sold prices

Relevant Follow-Up

  • Boost the marketing power of your personal website
  • Stay in touch with buyers and sellers with an automated follow-up system
  • Auto-generated report with your contract information and brand includes home prices, market trends, average days on the market and More!


Manage your time effectively with an automated online and offline marketing system!



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