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Commercial Association of REALTORS® New Mexico Extends Catylist CIE Agreement

CHICAGO, Jan. 17, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- The Commercial Association of REALTORS® New Mexico (CARNM) recently renewed their Commercial Information Exchange (CIE) contract with Catylist Inc.  The CARNM CIE service is the predominant commercial listing service in New Mexico and connects commercial professionals with owners, tenants and investors looking to buy, sell, and lease properties throughout New Mexico at www.carnm.com.

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According to Carl Grending, the CIE chairman and 2014 President-Elect for CARNM, the choice to work with Catylist originally and continue the relationship into the future was an easy one.

"We switched over to Catylist 3+ years ago and for us it was an easy choice. The whole company is very responsive, and this attention translates over to their software. We have found the software to be flexible, intuitive and easy to navigate. Over the past few years, we have added additional new benefits for our membership and Catylist was there to help us through the whole process. Now we have several economic development entities using Catylist's SiteFinder, and have added additional demographic information and listing syndication options to mention a few recent enhancements. When it was time for us to renew our contract, it was an easy decision for our board. We look forward to our continued working relationship with Catalyst."

With over 400 members, ranging from one-man shops to large national brokerage firms, the CARNM CIE showcases over 4600 commercial properties for sale or lease.  

To enhance members' exposure and help drive economic growth throughout the state, CARNM has also partnered with major economic development groups to share active listings. The economic development groups have integrated Catylist's SiteFinder site selection product into their websites. This full-featured GIS product gives site selectors all the tools necessary to find the perfect location. This synergistic partnership results in an alliance of 8 groups, all working together with a common purpose to driving economic growth in New Mexico.

According to Jon Barela, New Mexico Economic Development Secretary, "These are important efforts in promoting the state and signaling that New Mexico is open for business. The website and SiteFinder will be a great resource in assisting site selectors gather the information they need and help provide an analysis on why New Mexico would be the best place to set up shop or expand."

About the Commercial Association of REALTORS® New Mexico

The Commercial Association of REALTORS® New Mexico is an association of REALTORS® and real estate affiliates specializing in commercial real estate throughout the state of New Mexico.   REALTORS® abide by the Code of Ethics of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), which includes the duty to arbitrate.

Chartered in 1995 and with more than 550 members, CARNM's mission is to enhance the professionalism, competency and integrity of commercial REALTORS®.  CARNM brings together commercial real estate professionals for information sharing, education, government affairs, and professional standards, all to benefit the commercial REALTOR®.

About Catylist

Founded in 2002, Catylist is the nation's leading provider of local-national commercial information exchange (CIE) technology for commercial real estate communities. Thousands of real estate brokers, investors, tenants, property managers, landlords, and appraisers use Catylist to market and search commercial real estate. For more information, visit www.catylist.com.

Media Contact: Richard Maxson, Catylist, 920-605-7590, [email protected]

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