Residential Real Estate Leaders Gather to Share Perspectives, Trends and Forward-Looking Views in Face of Tech-Driven Innovations
HILTON HEAD ISLAND, SC (May 2, 2022) – REsides, the first and only MLS to launch a revolutionary new equity-ownership model for its members, announced today that Colette Stevenson, CEO, will join industry leaders at T3 Summit in San Antonio this week. T3 Sixty’s flagship conference, the T3 Summit, is an annual invite-only think tank for residential real estate industry CEOs and C-level executives. Attendees include executives from brokerage companies, franchisors, Realtor associations and MLS organizations. The event is scheduled from May 3-5, 2022.
“These are very interesting times in our industry and especially for MLSs,” said Stevenson.
“As MLSs, we are in an innovative tech-driven environment resulting in constant change and consolidation. We can no longer sit on the sidelines and watch all this change around us. It’s imperative that MLSs take a more active role in the technology they rely on and their listing data that powers technology and seek new economies of scale and financial strength through new MLS models,” she added.
Stevenson has been on the forefront of leading change in MLS for years. She attends conferences, speaks about dramatic change affecting MLSs and is committed to building the MLS of the future.
“I look forward to joining industry peers at T3 Summit this week to discuss the dramatic and widespread industry change impacting residential real estate and MLSs, in particular,” Stevenson said. “Innovation and modernization will be the focus for MLSs as we navigate and move forward in this new era. It’s important that we not lose sight of the valuable listing data that we own and harness the power of ownership for brokers and MLS executives for the first time.”
Stevenson re-branded Hilton Head MLS to REsides in 2021 in order to expand and bring the dramatic and needed change to MLS. “The REsides model is a first-of-its-kind in MLS,” said Stevenson. “It’s revolutionary and marks the beginning of new ways of thinking that put the control back in the hands of brokers who feel new competitive pressures brought on by big-tech.”