CONTRA COSTA & BAY EAST ASSN OF REALTORS® PARTNER WITH BOXBROWNIE.COM
Australian photo editing company BoxBrownie.com has today announced an arrangement with both the Contra Costa Association of REALTORS® (CCAR) and the Bay East Association of REALTORS® (Bay East) which is set to benefit all CCAR and Bay East members greatly. The arrangement provides members with access to photo editing and render deals, new product announcements, and an exclusive onboarding offer to all current members.
The specialist services that BoxBrownie.com are offering to CCAR and Bay East members start with image enhancement, virtual staging, 360° virtual tours, floor plans, virtual renovation, and renders. These are essential services available to provide key property marketing solutions that suit the budget of any agent.
In recent years, BoxBrownie.com has transformed real estate marketing by making photo editing accessible for realtors to use with their MLS. Beginning from a background in real estate photography, the online company understands the client's needs for high-quality photos and the results they deliver. BoxBrownie.com has developed an easy and affordable no subscription portal to access photo editing, and CGI renders experts.
“We know that great property marketing is hugely beneficial in the sale of a home,” explained Peter Schravemade from BoxBrownie.com HQ. “It’s exciting for us to work with both these associations in providing a service that makes it easy and affordable to lift MLS listing standards, which in turn raises the sale price and reduces a property’s time on the market. Together we’re helping to fulfill the obligations of every realtor to property owners.”
“If a CCAR or Bay East member hasn’t experienced the BoxBrownie.com difference before, their association has provided them a golden opportunity,” informed Schravemade. “We’re grateful for the opportunity to be providing technology and marketing solutions in the ever-changing Bay Area real estate industry. An area that has shown its ability to adapt in recent challenging times.”
CCAR and Bay East are part of NAR (the National Association of REALTORS®) and CAR (the California Association of REALTORS®). CCAR offers its own Multiple Listing Service (MLS), which provides members with innovative products and resources to help them excel in their businesses and serve the community with integrity, professionalism, and state-of-the-art real estate technology.
There is an obvious alignment with the marketing support services that BoxBrownie.com can provide to this successful and developing MLS. CCAR is looking forward to BoxBrownie.com becoming a valuable member resource.
“BoxBrownie.com is a great tool to help REALTORS® accelerate their marketing campaigns in this new virtual reality in which we live and work,” said CCAR’s CEO Sheiren Diaz. “This photo rendering technology delivers CCAR members access to professional editors who provide high-quality photos, tours, and renderings.”
The Bay East Association of REALTORS® is a professional trade association serving more than 5900 real estate professionals through the San Francisco Bay Area. Bay East provides access to the MLS, professional development training, networking opportunities, events, and programs and services for both residential and commercial real estate professionals. The arrangement with BoxBrownie.com will be an added benefit for members.
“Now, more than ever, agents need to have a virtual tour and virtual staging tools to market their client’s property. We are excited to add BoxBrownie.com to the virtual property resources available to our members,” said Bay East’s CEO Tricia Thomas.
REALTORS® are viewing the current industry status as a crucial time to utilize technology to stand out in a highly competitive field. Creating a listing that not only catches the buyer’s attention but gets optimal results is through marketing a property in its best light.
These arrangements will continue to develop and aim to assist more REALTORS® to improve their marketing and ultimately increase their sales.
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