Lender Processing Services, Inc., a provider of integrated technology, data and analytics to the mortgage and real estate industries, announced recently that the Santa Fe Association of REALTORS, Inc. (SFAR) has chosen LPS’ Paragon™ MLS system to serve its more than 900 REALTOR® and affiliate members in Santa Fe, Los Alamos and Rio Arriba counties in New Mexico.
After considerable due diligence in vendor evaluations, SFAR representatives selected LPS MLS Solutions’ Paragon MLS system for the innovative features it offers to help SFAR members become more efficient and competitive. Paragon MLS’ multi-tasking capabilities allow agents to save time conducting property searches, creating a comparative market analysis (CMA), updating listing information and completing other tasks in a single view on their computers. Paragon MLS offers intuitive and straightforward navigation, which will help SFAR members quickly learn how to use the system. Paragon MLS also works on any browser or mobile device, offering real estate agents the ability to access MLS information in the field.
“Our members are on board with our decision and excited to begin using LPS’ Paragon MLS system,” saysSFAR Chief Executive Officer Paco Arguello. “The mission of the Santa Fe Association of REALTORS is to enhance members’ ability to conduct their individual business successfully and with professional competency. I feel that Paragon and LPS will assist our association in adhering to this mission.”
“We welcome our new friends in Santa Fe to the growing number of MLS organizations that use Paragon MLS for a stronger competitive edge,” says LPS MLS Solutions Managing Director Rich Lull. “Over these past few months, we have had the opportunity to get to know the leadership and staff at SFAR, and we greatly appreciate their trust and confidence in this innovative technology.”
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