Rapattoni Teams with Homesnap to Launch Advanced Integration for MLS Customers

The integrations made possible by this collaborative effort will significantly enhance the utility of Homesnap Pro in Rapattoni MLS markets, allowing agents to perform a multitude of essential tasks directly from their mobile devices

FREMONT, CA: Rapattoni Corporation, a top provider of integrated products and services for real estate associations and MLS organizations, entered into an agreement with Homesnap, the leading provider of mobile technology solutions to the real estate industry, to offer advanced integrations to mutual Rapattoni MLS and Homesnap customers.

The integrations between Rapattoni MLS and Homesnap Pro, the agent-facing version of the Homesnap platform built specifically for real estate professionals, will include synchronization of contacts between the two platforms and edit listing functionality.

It will be available to mutual Rapattoni MLS and Homesnap Pro users at no additional charge and is expected to be introduced by the fourth quarter of 2020.

"Rapattoni is dedicated to providing our users with access to premium third-party services supported by our Web API technology. We are proud to be working with Homesnap to deliver to our MLS customers a best-in-class product with native API integrations which will sync MLS data between our two platforms and make agents' lives easier," said Brian Tepfer, Executive Vice President & Chief Technology Officer at Rapattoni.

Homesnap Pro is the market-leading agent productivity app, currently available to over one million agents in more than 240 multiple listing organizations across the country. It provides essential products for agent and broker success, such as productivity tools, marketing services, and client management, on a single platform.

"Agents want to perform their essential business functions in one place, using one platform. We are always looking for ways to make Homesnap Pro a more efficient tool for agents, brokers and multiple listing organizations, so this partnership with Rapattoni was a natural step for us," said Homesnap CEO John Mazur.

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