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RESAAS Welcomes Sutton West Coast Realty to The Real Estate Social Network(TM)

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 02/06/14 -- RESAAS Services Inc., (CSE: RSS) The Real Estate Social Network™, is pleased to announce that Sutton Group - West Coast Realty, Canada's #1 real estate broker, will be joining the RESAAS platform.

With over 20 strategic locations representing Metro Vancouver, Fraser Valley, Vancouver Island, the Sunshine Coast, and Whistler, Sutton West Coast Realty has firmly established themselves as a leader in local real estate markets. In fact, Sutton West Coast Realty has been in total command of the market share, having placed #1 on the List of Canada's Largest Real Estate Brokerages as reported in May 2011, 2012 by Real Trends. Further, Sutton West Coast Realty was also ranked the #1 Canadian-based brokerage with a Closed Sales Volume at over $9 billion in 2012. They are committed to providing better service to their clients through the adaptation of innovative technologies, whilst ensuring that their team of REALTORS® receive top-notch daily training and Real Estate Bootcamps.

"The investment in our agents has made all the difference and the introduction of the RESAAS platform will only add to the successes of each Sutton West Coast Realty agent," said Merrily Hackett, General Manager at Sutton West Coast Realty. "The adaptation of innovative technologies has allowed our brokerage to attract an elite level of real estate agents who all heavily invest in social media tools, such as RESAAS."

"Technology in real estate is constantly changing," said Curtis Cottrell, VP of Communications at Sutton West Coast Realty. "Being able to understand and respond to that change is the key to success in this industry. RESAAS is a perfect example of the kind of positive change we look for at Sutton West Coast Realty. It will help us establish a strong online presence, market our listings to a growing network of real estate professionals, and let our team of REALTORS® showcase their local expertise to home buyers and sellers."

When using RESAAS, each agent at Sutton West Coast Realty will receive his or her own corporate-branded agent profile page, and will be connected into an exclusive group to communicate, generate referrals, and stay connected with all the agents and offices within their brokerage. In addition, Sutton West Coast Realty will have its own corporate page in order to easily broadcast relevant information, attract new agents to join Sutton West Coast Realty, and market their company's content across a dedicated platform of real estate professionals.

"We are very excited to have such a successful real estate brokerage and world-class brand join RESAAS," said Jason Hibbard, Sales Executive at RESAAS. "Our platform was intuitively designed for teams like Sutton West Coast Realty. Their brokerage is innovative, knowledgeable and committed to providing great service to both agents and homebuyers and sellers. RESAAS will give them exactly what they need in order to achieve their goals."

About RESAAS SERVICES INC.

RESAAS - The Real Estate Social Network™, is designed specifically for the real estate professional to connect and communicate in real-time. Known as real estate broadcasts, RESAAS' powerful reblasts® engine automatically generates all of your real estate workflow into valuable social content that is instantly pushed out to the RESAAS platform and other social networks. Visit www.resaas.com.

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Forward-Looking Information:

This press release and the company's website referenced herein may include forward-looking information within the meaning of Canadian securities legislation, concerning the company's technology platform. Forward-looking information is based on certain key expectations and assumptions made by RESAAS' management, including future plans for the design and development of the company's technology platform. Although RESAAS believes that the expectations and assumptions on which such forward-looking information is based are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on the forward-looking information because RESAAS can give no assurance that they will prove to be correct. Forward-looking statements contained in this press release are made as of the date of this press release. RESAAS disclaims any intent or obligation to update publicly any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or results or otherwise, other than as required by applicable securities laws.

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