June 2015 RPR Product Release On June 23, 2015, RPR released version 1.41, marking RPR’s 42nd major release since 2010. In this release, RPR introduced the ability to generate either the Neighborhood or Market Activity Report directly from the geographic overlay found on the RPR Residential mapping tool. Additionally, a new chart on the charts […]
Word about RPR®’s commercial platform is popping up across the nation and, sometimes, in surprising ways.
In the apex of a finance course at REALTOR® University’s Master of Real Estate program, Adrienne “Abe” Wagner needed to identify, analyze and then bring to market a commercial property in order to pass the class.
Hometown real estate agents are quintessential multitaskers, ready and willing to do whatever it takes to meet the needs of their rural communities. Here at Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®), we recently heard an entertaining tale of a REALTOR®, working in a one-traffic-light town, who exemplifies that “do what it takes” spirit.
Our job at RPR is to help REALTORS® succeed and we take that job pretty seriously. That’s why we have the country’s best and brightest developers continually pumping out added features and upgrades to RPR Mobile™. In fact, every month, RPR® analyzes user feedback, design trends and recent technologies to refine, enhance, and improve our […]
Impress prospective clients with answers on the go. Prior to walking your farm area, generate and save an RPR Market Activity Report. Then when you strike up a conversation with a homeowner, and want to share recent neighborhood sales activity, you can instantly email or text the report to the homeowner without
You know the importance of comps and market trends in price setting. But in today’s market, understanding how property enhancements can change the valuation of a home can lead to a faster sell and greater commission. RPR®’s Realtors Valuation Model® (RVM®,) makes it easy for you to give clients the most accurate valuation possible when preparing to list the property.
Communities across the country are putting their best foot forward in an effort to attract home buying Millennials and Boomers to their walkable neighborhoods. A good idea since Millennials, comprising the largest share of U.S. homebuyers, and Boomers, who are running not walking to convenient-friendly communities, will dominate the real estate market for years to come.