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Openn Launches Pilot with bridgeMLS For Sales In California

David Krechevsky
May 24, 2022
Openn North America Inc.

Agents in Northern California, Bay Area will be able to list property and accept offers using the platform. 

Openn North America Inc., a proprietary cloud-based software platform provider supporting real estate agents in selling property online, said Tuesday it has launched its first pilot program in California. This is the fifth such agreement for the technology provider, joining pilots already running in Canada, Connecticut, Massachusetts and North Carolina.

The platform, known as “Openn Offers,” was created by the property technology company, Openn Negotiation Limited. The offer management software empowers buyers and sellers throughout the home buying and selling process. 

Using the Openn Offers platform, bridgeMLS real estate agents will be able to allow buyers to submit an offer, terms, and personal details for review by the seller and their agent. The starting price then progresses to the next stage, where sellers can see how many other buyers are received. This creates transparency for all interested participants in the transaction

“Our team is always seeking opportunities to develop a strong relationship between agents and consumers,” said DaVina Lara, CEO of bridgeMLS. “Openn provides a new opportunity to tighten that relationship through improved equality and transparency during the offer and acceptance process. Transparency is the backbone to trust and bridgeMLS looks forward to bringing the most transparent tool to our marketplace for both our agents and their clients.”

“bridgeMLS is a partner that brings great value to the table in our pilot phase because of their cutting-edge attitude towards the advancement of new technologies in their marketplaces,” said Eric Bryant, Openn NA director of operations. “These types of partners are valued in the North American expansion.”

Published
May 24, 2022
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