RateMyAgent is partnered with to share reviews of agents across platforms

RateMyAgent is a platform that allows users share agent reviews and offers digital marketing tools. Agents can now share client reviews directly from RateMyAgent to the platform.
“We are thrilled to announce our partnership with RateMyAgent. We are proud to ensure home buyers and sellers have positive experiences throughout their real estate journey. RateMyAgent’s new integration will enhance that experience,” Marissa Alemeida (lead product marketing manager at said in a prepared statement.
According to RateMyAgent’s press release, the goal of the new relationship between and was to help agents build their personal brand, client trust, and reach new clients through the use of social proof/reviews.
Agent reviews will automatically appear on thanks to the integration. Agents can also use the integration to increase exposure by tapping into the 86 million monthly visitors of
Michael Davey, RateMyAgent CEO, stated that “a key goal at RateMyAgent was to continue to build our platform and the connections and relationships we have.” “We are always trying to be tapped into our clients’ needs – and this relationship was high on the priority list for United States RateMyAgent subscribers.”
According to the press release, the new feature will initially be available to members of National Association of Realtors (NAR), but will “shortly” roll out to all agents.
RateMyAgent, an Australian company was founded in the U.S. in 2018. Its goal is to help agents manage their online reviews. It has grown to include partnerships MLSs from Florida and California, including CRMLS. This is the largest MLS in the country, and it was the first review platform to be part of the NAR REACH Accelerator Program. introduced “enhanced listings intelligence” last month. These features use predictive insights from listings. These features allow agents to see the potential buyers in a particular market and match listings according their budgets.
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