RESAAS Welcomes Century 21 M&M and Associates to The Real Estate Social Network™

RESAAS Services Inc., The Real Estate Social Network™, is pleased to announce a collaborative partnership with Century 21 M&M and Associates, the #1 ranked Century 21 office worldwide.

Century 21 M&M and Associates was founded by John N. Melo and Larry A. Matos in Turlock, California. Today, the company has grown to over 1,300 agents across twenty-eight locations throughout Northern California; San Joaquin, Stanislaus, Merced, Madera, Fresno, Solano County, Santa Cruz County and the Bay Area. Living in the communities they serve, Century 21 M&M and Associates real estate agents have personal knowledge of each community’s infrastructure and growth potential. In addition, their REALTORS® draw on their extensive knowledge of schools, shopping and transportation facilities to help buyers and sellers have the best possible experience.

“We are looking forward to rolling out RESAAS to our team, and empowering all Century 21 M&M agents with our own exclusive group on the RESAAS network,” said Lauralee Ensign, Chief Operating Officer of Century 21 M&M. “The size of our firm and regions we service is broad, so keeping all of our 28 offices in better communication with our agent’s activity will be an important aspect of Century 21 M&M’s continued growth.”

When using RESAAS, all Century 21 M&M and Associates agents will receive his or her own corporate branded agent page, and are connected together privately to leverage the power of social networking to easily share activity across the different offices within their firm.

“We welcome John Melo, Larry Matos and Lauralee Ensign’s team of award winning Century 21 agents to the RESAAS platform,” said Tom Rossiter, President of RESAAS. “This brokerage is clearly doing something very right to achieve all the accolades and results they have. Our team is looking forward to helping Century 21 M&M achieve even more by helping their agents market their brand, their listings and their knowledge both internally and publicly.”