Midwest Real Estate Data nominated for award

  • Midwest Real Estate Data was nominated for the 2017 Most Innovative Multiple Listing Service or Association category by Inman, a national publication for the real estate industry.

    Midwest Real Estate Data was nominated for the 2017 Most Innovative Multiple Listing Service or Association category by Inman, a national publication for the real estate industry. BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO

 
Globe Newswire
Posted7/3/2017 12:31 PM

LISLE -- Midwest Real Estate Data was nominated for the 2017 Most Innovative Multiple Listing Service or Association category by Inman, a national publication for the real estate industry.

Inman created the Innovator Awards in 1997 to honor the real estate companies, technologies, services and individuals who have propelled the real estate industry forward by improving the real estate industry for both consumers and real estate professionals.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                       
 

The 2017 Inman Innovators will be announced at the Inman Connect Conference in San Francisco the week of Aug. 7-11, 2017.

"We are honored to celebrate so much creativity and invention," said Inman publisher Brad Inman. "Never in the history of the Innovator Awards has there been so much innovation and, therefore, never has our list of finalists been so large -- these are exciting times."

MRED is the 2013 Inman MLS or Association Innovator Award winner.

"What a thrill to be recognized by Inman along with the other creative and successful organizations that have been nominated," said MRED President and Chief Executive Officer Rebecca Jensen. "We work hard to be forward-thinking and provide the most cutting-edge services to our customers. Congratulations to all who have been recognized."

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