Keller Williams Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda Joins RESAAS – The Real Estate Social Network™

RESAAS Services Inc., The Real Estate Social Network™, has announced that Keller Williams Realty Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda/North Tustin is joining the RESAAS platform.

Keller Williams Realty Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda/North Tustin is the #1 fastest growing Keller Williams Market Center in terms of net associates (January 2012 – present). After officially opening its doors in November 2011, Keller Williams Realty Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda/North Tustin grew from 52 agents in January 2012 to 438 in December 2013. Because Keller Williams Realty Anaheim Hills/ Yorba Linda/North Tustin has grown from the ground up within Yorba Linda, their agents have an unparalleled knowledge of their local real estate market and a deep appreciation for their community. The vital secret to their brokerage’s success is the synergy between the operating principal, the team leader, and the core agent group.

“RESAAS is a great platform for our agents,” said Jeffrey Simons, Broker Associate/Technology Committee at Keller Williams Realty Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda/North Tustin. “It will help them to increase the exposure of their listings while allowing our firm to engage and build a community with our like-minded real estate professionals.”

Each Keller Williams Realty Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda/North Tustin associate will receive his or her own corporate-branded page on RESAAS, and will be connected together into an exclusive group to communicate and stay connected with every associate within their real estate brokerage. Additionally, Keller Williams Anaheim Hills/Yorba Linda/North Tustin will have its own corporate page in order to easily broadcast relevant information and market their company’s content across the entire RESAAS platform.

“Jeffery immediately saw the immense value that the RESAAS platform provides,” said Michael St. Hilaire, VP of Business Development at RESAAS. “We are excited to be working with one of the largest Keller Williams offices in the area.”