The Reading Eagle recently reported on the Bright MLS consolidation, and how it will benefit real estate professionals in the region. Sharon Kehres, a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Wyomissing, PA, spoke with the Reading Eagle about what this will mean for her business. She explained that is common for her to show listings to clients
Philadelphia Magazine recently featured Bright and its consolidation efforts in their article “Bright Idea: One Big MLS for the Mid-Atlantic Region.” The article noted the 43 REALTOR® associations that make up Bright span six stated and have come together to create one of the largest MLSs in the country. Work is well underway to get the new Bright system up
Meet the first state Delaware, also known as “the first state,” was the first to ratify the United States Constitution in 1787. It is the second smallest state in the country by area, but it is the sixth most densely populated state. The state was named after the first colonial governor of Virginia, Thomas West, 3rd Baron De La Warr.
As you know, 2017 is a year of transition, where we will bring all of the participating organizations onto the new Bright system. We anticipate this conversion process will be complete in early 2018. During this year, a lot of exciting progress and new changes are happening to prepare the new Bright MLS. Here is information on some of these
We are still short on inventory, and rising home prices have made it difficult for first-time buyers to purchase. In a recent article for the Washington Post, Bright’s David Charron discussed the current state of the real estate market in the Bright footprint. He said that despite some struggles facing buyers looking to enter the market, many real estate professionals in