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Rapattoni expands Restb.AI partnership to include full MLS product suite

Rapattoni previously partnered with Restb.AI to introduce a photo description solution for MLS users

California-based MLS software provider Rapattoni Corporation, which partnered with Restb.AI last August to introduce a photo description solution for MLS users, announced on Monday that it has upgraded the terms of the agreement to include all additional solutions in Restb.AI’s MLS Product Suite.

“We are excited to offer the full suite of Restb.AI’s technology stack to our MLS customers, allowing brokers, agents, and other Realtors to take advantage of the industry’s leading tools for automated image tagging, matching, and validation,” Nicholas Hook, Rapattoni’s chief architect and chief information officer, said in a prepared statement.

Restb.AI analyzes property images to provide insights on real estate at the “image, listing, and market levels.”

The new solutions include photo tagging, Americans with Disabilities Act Standards for Accessible Design (ADA) compliance, auto-population of listing details, and enhanced search capabilities for agents and customers.

“There is nothing more rewarding than hearing back from your partner, they are happy with your technology stack and therefore want to expand upon it,” Lisa Larson, Restb.AI’s managing director of North America, said in the statement. “It has been rewarding to work alongside the technology and business units at Rapattoni. They are very focused on delivering the next gen MLS AI Platform to their customers.”

According to a statement from the company, Restb.AI’s technology analyzes images and auto-populates listing details extracted from the images. By doing so, it modernizes and speeds up the listing entry process.

When listing images are uploaded to Restb.AI, it “analyzes and automatically detects each image’s interior and exterior features, architecture style, and room type,” the statement said. 

This is done through its MLS Match photo solution, which matches interior and exterior property features by “creating visual similarities searches,” and allows agents to “search the MLS active listing inventory by uploading photos and finding matching photos with the same features and tags.”

After the photos are tagged and labeled, the property listings on MLS, broker, and agent/Realtors websites become ADA compliant.

The Restb.AI Photo Compliance solution can also detect misuses of listing photos and corresponding violations as a part of its photo monitoring process. Its API detects “logos, watermarks, yard signs, people, license plates, and duplicates,” among other things.