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Livingston County Board of Realtors® joins MRED

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Please join all of MRED in welcoming the Livingston County Board of Realtors® (LCBR) as our newest association partner. Growing our marketplace aligns with our pursuit of continually improving MLS data, offering brokers the very best in functionality and service.

As the fifteenth Realtor association to join MRED, we are thrilled to help LCBR benefit from our extensive line of products and services. Our best-in-class multiple listing service connectMLS currently offers more than 85,000 active listings.

We’re excited to begin LCBR’s transition process to connectMLS. This conversion will not cause any disruption to the services MRED currently provides.

LCBR President Jill Thompson, Association Executive Gina Manker, and their fantastic team will continue to operate in central Illinois’ Livingston County, the fourth-largest county in the state and the twenty-second county in MRED’s service area. LCBR covers the county’s nearly 40,000 residents in 15,000 households across 16,000 housing units.

Thank you for being a part of the growing MRED family!

We’re always ready to help answer any questions you have. You can contact MRED’s Help Desk at 630-955-2755 or send us an email.

5 responses to “Livingston County Board of Realtors® joins MRED

  1. Daniel M. Czuba December 13, 2018 at 10:29 am

    Congratulations and Welcome aboard to a most wonderful Professional REALTOR Tool. May we all continue to enjoy the Benefits our Association with each other provides.

  2. SHELLY ASKIN December 13, 2018 at 11:58 am

    What additional towns will be available top us here at mred?

  3. ALICE GREEN December 13, 2018 at 12:08 pm

    This is great news, what date is it effective!

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