OAKVILLE, ONT. — FCT, a national service provider in real estate technology and title insurance, has launched PropertyFlow, a joint venture with Remine Inc., a real estate platform provider in the United States, to bring Remine’s technology north of the border, accelerating digital transformation across the real estate lifecycle.
By leveraging advanced property intelligence from FCT and innovative technology from Remine, PropertyFlow’s products and solutions will improve access to real estate technology across the country, fuelling efforts to create a more digital future for the Canadian housing market, states a release.
The platform, which offers improved access to property data, will provide REALTORS, brokers and MLS boards with access to MLS and broad public record data in a single consolidated view. Following board integration in the platform, Remine will allow REALTORS to see on- and off-market properties in one place, while connecting in real-time with potential buyers or sellers, adds the release. Remine also provides consumers with the ability to view property listings and transaction details through a user-friendly digital hub.
“At FCT, we’re invested in driving the Canadian real estate market with improved access to data and greater transparency, both as a result of this venture and through all of our products and services,” said Michael LeBlanc, CEO of FCT, in a statement. “Putting technology at the forefront of what we do allows us to consistently build value for our customers, while continuing to advance the digital transformation of the industry.”