So it’s Spring™ in New England, in fact, it’s been Spring in New England for a year! In early 2016 Solid Earth launched one of our largest Spring projects to-date for the Concord, NH-based New England Real Estate Network. The
Twice each year we come together with other leaders in the industry and our customers to swap ideas and show off new features and products. This year is no exception and the Spring Team is rolling out two new concepts.
Last week Bob Bemis from RPR® did an interview with me about how Spring™ was going to take advantage of the AMP™ API. Not sure I really sound like that but it’s a good discussion about the future of MLS.
The Spring™ Consumer Portal from Solid Earth was featured this month by RPR® on their monthly Webinar followed by a Press Release. In the release RPR Chief Executive Officer Dale Ross said: “RPR is gratified that Solid Earth has embraced the
Downstream IDX was released today for users of the 7,000~ professional members of the New England Real Estate Network. If you are a member of NEREN you can login at www.neren.com or through the Clareity Security Dashboard. When you get
Huntsville, Alabama May 6, 2016 Solid Earth, Inc has been selected in a national competition to deliver the Spring Enterprise Portal solution to the professional members of the leading Realtor(R) Association in Central Virginia: The Charlottesville Area Association of REALTORS. The
Huntsville, Alabama March 19, 2016 Solid Earth, Inc has been selected in a national competition to deliver the Spring Enterprise Portal solution to the professional members of the leading Realtor(R) Association in West Texas: The Greater El Paso Association of REALTORS. The site
A neat little feature was released on Spring sites nationally today. When you find a property you like you can always send the URL to someone but now, from the Listing Detail Page, you can enter an email address and
We get questions from people who use our software all the time. It is something we like most about working in the business. We are designers and engineers and marketers who get to hypothesise about people’s preferences and then test
Not much is bigger than football in West Alabama. About the only thing that could rival the emotional and economic impact might be real estate. There are billions and billions in value when you think about the thousands of homes, apartments,