A partnership between RealConnex and Buildout will allow Buildout clients to syndicate their listings to RealConnex’s fast-growing community of 130,000 members.

As part of this arrangement, Buildout’s participating brokers will receive access to the entire suite of RealConnex networking, credibility, profile, influence and prospecting tools and its vast resource of more than 500,000 investors, lenders, service providers and the entire ecosystem of real estate professionals.

RealConnex, a four-year-old, Miami and New York-based platform connecting real estate professionals to capital, investments and services, earlier this year raised $3.5 million in strategic funding led by Silver Portal Capital, a San Diego-based real estate investment and merchant banking firm.

Buildout is the leading end-to-end solution for marketing commercial real estate listings, helping over 1,000 brokerages efficiently run their marketing.

The partnership with Buildout is just the latest initiative made by RealConnex to collaborate with best in class, real estate-focused organizations, leveraging its technology to be a business accelerator for the industry. Other recent partnerships include The Inland real estate group and the Miami Association of Realtors.

“It is with great pleasure that I announce the partnership between Buildout and RealConnex,” said Roy Abrams, CEO of RealConnex.

“As we continue to create the central resource for real estate professionals, this partnership with Buildout represents an important step toward achieving that goal. It also extends Buildout’s distribution channels for their listings and provides their brokers access to an entire professional ecosystem in one place.”

Abrams added that the partnership between two big brands “has the potential to fuel amazing growth and success opportunities for both partners.”

Abrams describes RealConnex as “Match.com meets LinkedIn for the real estate professional,” connecting people who work on real estate projects before they’re listed and once they’re in full swing. For example, a real-time dashboard organizes members’ activities and reports on their interaction with other members; the platform also features rooms where all parties involved in a project can collaborate online.