Another company is taking advantage of Contactually‘s contact-syncying integration.
Last week, real estate property intelligence platform Remine announced a Contactually integration. Contactually users can sync their contacts’ information to Remine to uncover property information and predictive analytics. The real estate platform for agents analyzes property records, transactional history, and consumer data to deliver actionable insights and is now available to more than 750,000 active real estate agents around the country, the company said in a statement.
“As we worked with agents and brokers, we learned that many were using Contactually,” Jonathan Spinetto, COO of Remine said in a statement. “With this new integration, we can make it easy for brokers and agents to have the information they need at their fingertips.”
The integration will allow Contactually users to seamlessly add Remine property and predictive data to their existing network which allows them to find and develop new opportunities by identifying when a property is most likely to sell and when a buyer is most likely to buy, the press release states.
“Contactually and Remine share a belief that actionable intelligence is crucial for today’s agent,” Zvi Band, CEO of Contactually said in a press release. “Integrations are part of Contactually’s core values as participants in a diversified real estate tech space, and we are excited to share this functionality with our users.”
It’s the latest company to integrate with Contactually’s tech. Technical.ly DC reported in September that rezora announced a Contactually contact-syncing integration and last month, Contactually created a Chrome extension that brings its platform inside Gmail.
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