Middlesex County real estate organizations announce joint venture


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With numerous invaluable membership benefits and resources between them, the Middlesex County Association of Realtors (MCAR) and Middlesex County Multiple Listing System (MCMLS) are joining efforts to work toward common goals in the future.

Both organizations have a long-standing history within the Middlesex County real estate landscape. Individually they’ve offered members services that reach far beyond basic real estate needs. Since 1933, MCAR has provided valuable educational and networking opportunities throughout the year, and more recently information sharing of real estate trends through its social media networks.

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“MCAR has been a companion of the MCMLS for many years and this venture will prove that both organizations have the best interest of the users of the MCMLS and the members of MCAR at the forefront in order to provide more benefits to them,” according to Nicole Banbor, executive officer of MCAR.

MCMLS benefits its community with not only access to the MLS, but also with the latest technology tools, such as InstaNet’s Transaction Desk that provides members an easily accessible document management tool allowing members to email documents to clients and obtain the client’s signature, as well as many other tools for brokers and agents to work with.

“The MCMLS is committed to provide participants the most advanced technologies and the most accurate data available now and in the future,” states Richard Steinberg, MCMLS’s executive director.

Although still independent organizations, the two groups are cognizant of the strength in working together toward the common goal of creating a cohesive real estate community within Middlesex County. Joining forces through marketing and collaborating on events such as Tech Fest 2016, taking place in Edison on Sept. 29, the combined efforts offer a wider breadth of benefits to members. To register for Tech Fest 2016 and learn more about this joint venture, visit mcar.REALTOR/events.

About Middlesex County Multiple Listing System

Since 1948, the Middlesex County Multiple Listing System (MCMLS) has been serving the real estate needs of brokers and their agents in Middlesex County and the surrounding areas, and more recently, appraisers. From the start, the mission of the MCMLS has been to promote greater cooperation among members, who as agents of the seller or buyer, facilitate the purchase or sale of real estate. Currently, the MCMLS has more than 5,000 licensed New Jersey real estate agents/brokers participating in its organization. For more information, visit mcmls.net.

About Middlesex County Association of Realtors

The mission of the Middlesex County Association of Realtors is to keep our diverse membership at the forefront of the industry, to foster cooperation and enable our members to better serve the public through the promotion of the NAR Code of Ethics and the education of our members. To accomplish this mission, the Middlesex County Association of Realtors supports its members by providing them with the services and products they require to operate professionally. The Middlesex County Association of Realtors currently has more than 2,500 Realtor members. For more information, visit middlesexrealtor.com.

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