Mark Spain Real Estate has just earned two national technology awards for its website.
Online PR News – 06-November-2019 – Atlanta, GA – In an annual ranking by REAL Trends, a leading source of information and analytics for the residential real estate brokerage industry, Mark Spain Real Estate placed nationally in two key categories. Its mobile site design took top honors, being named the No. 1 Mobile Website in real estate. The MarkSpain.com website earned the No. 8 spot in the Top 10 Overall Websites. The Georgia-based firm was in stiff competition with both big name firms and high-end/luxury real estate companies from California to New York.
The best overall websites were judged on using a list of criteria in five critical areas including mobile experience, use of video, neighborhood/community pages, property detail pages, and design. The 10 sites scoring highest in all five areas were named Best Overall.
Mark Spain Real Estate believes that technology helps its team deliver a better experience to its clients. The firm is constantly refining and updating its website. It also stays open to new and developing technologies. These technologies mainstream operations and help team members communicate more effectively with home buyers and sellers.
"Technology does not replace people," explains Chairman and CEO Mark Spain. "Instead, it allows us to deliver an incredible client experience and facilitate real estate transactions with ease and speed."
Spain built his company based on the premise of putting people first. Part of doing that is to make the home buying and selling process as easy as possible for clients and to manage every step of the process while delivering an unparalleled client experience. Investing in several areas of technology helps accomplish this goal.
On track for another record sales year, Mark Spain Real Estate has earned the No. 1 real estate team in America honor for the last two consecutive years (see The Thousand Top Real Estate Professionals, a national ranking based on annual sales production compiled by REAL Trends and advertised in The Wall Street Journal). It has also made the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing private companies in America four straight years.
Mark Spain Real Estate began expansion outside Georgia in 2018 and now has offices in Charlotte, Raleigh and Nashville. It plans to continue its expansion to other cities in the Southeast in the future.
For more details on the REAL Trends website rankings, visit https://realtrendswebrankings.com/2019-website-rankings/.
About Mark Spain Real Estate (MSRE):
Mark Spain Real Estate is the No. 1 most reviewed real estate company on Zillow in the entire United States. As the leader of such a productive team with cutting edge ideas like its Guaranteed Offer program, extensive marketing and innovative website, Mark Spain was named to the inaugural list of 2019 REAL Trends Game Changers. This list, consisting of 50 people who have the potential to change the game of real estate in the coming year, included such honorees as: Gary Keller, co-founder and CEO of Keller Williams International, as well as the CEOs of RE/MAX International, Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, Zillow, Coldwell Banker, Realogy Holdings Corp., and HomeServices of America.
MSRE was honored in 2017 and 2018 as one of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Top Places to Work. It has earned the Atlanta Business Chronicle Pacesetter Award for the last three years, for being one of 100 metro Atlanta's top fastest-growing privately held companies. In 2018, the firm was named to the Bulldog 100 Award List, debuting at No. 16 as one of the fastest-growing 100 University of Georgia (UGA) alumni-owned companies. MSRE was also honored with two Agents' Choice Awards in 2018 by Atlanta Agent Magazine. Voted on by industry peers who read the trade magazine, awards included Best Team in metro Atlanta real estate and Mark Spain was chosen for the Charitable Service Award. MSRE recently made its second appearance on Atlanta's Top 25 Real Estate Companies annual list, compiled by Atlanta Business Chronicle, and based on verified gross residential sales volume for the previous year.