REALTOR® Associations of the Philadelphia regional marketplace have announced that Realtors Property Resource® (RPR™) was launched today for all their 28,000 REALTOR® members.
Anne Marie Matteo is CEO of Suburban West REALTORS® Association, which covers the southern and western suburbs of Philadelphia. She said, “We know that easy access to rich market information and innovative tools are a key part of making our members successful in their business. RPR is a tool that will do just that, while also further adding to the value of REALTOR® membership.”
In addition to the Suburban West REALTORS® Association, the other Associations that launched RPR today were:
- Bucks County Association of REALTORS®
- Burlington Camden County Association of REALTORS®
- Gloucester/Salem County Board of REALTORS®
- Greater Philadelphia Association of REALTORS®
- Kent County Association of REALTORS®
- Mercer County Board of REALTORS®
- Montgomery County Association of REALTORS®
- New Castle County Board of REALTORS®
- Reading-Berks Association of REALTORS®
TREND, the MLS for the Philadelphia region, facilitated the transfer listings to help create a robust catalog of properties.
“RPR is extremely proud to partner with the Philadelphia area REALTOR® Associations and TREND to bring its member benefit to the 28,000 professionals in the area,” said RPR CEO Dale Ross. “RPR’s core mission is to ensure that the REALTOR® remains central to the real estate transaction by providing one-stop, high value search, analytics and reporting functions to brokers and agents to help them save time and money, be more productive, and create opportunities to service their clients and customers with the latest technology.”
RPR is a technology initiative developed by the National Association of REALTORS® for the exclusive use of its 1.1 million REALTOR® members. For the MLS Partners map, visit here.