PlanetRE, one of the nation’s leading technology cloud vendors for online real estate, announced recently that Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate has signed a multi-year contract for planetRE Compliance™, the most versatile transaction management platform on the market.
Mason-McDuffie Real Estate has been at the leading edge of technology for the past 20 years. “With the addition of planetRE, we are beginning another round of innovation,” says Ed Krafchow, Chairman of the Board of Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate. “This new innovation cycle will help agents connect with their clients in ways we have not been able to up until now, and will help them be in conversation with clients, educating them all the way to and beyond the close of their transaction.”
Built on modern, secure cloud architecture, the multi-party, mobile-friendly system allows very large companies like Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate to automate all its transaction processes, including vendor management, compliance, communications and documents online.
According to the company, planetRE supports a wide range of features including integration with Docusign® electronic signatures, while the rules-based engine enables adaptation to different transaction dynamics for work flow, documents, and file review, making it easy for brokers to have one system for a variety of real estate transactions. Centralized and standardized file review with multiple MLS integration and features like email threading makes this a backbone of company operations, risk management and communication. The secure RSA® token enabled Vault allows multi-year storage of all documents, communication and records.
“There is honestly no product on the market that comes even close to the breadth, depth, ease of use and feature maturity of Compliance,” says Subrao Shenoy, CEO of planetRE. Better Homes and Gardens Mason-McDuffie Real Estate’s endorsement of Compliance as a large CA broker speaks for the value we are delivering to customers each day.”