In commercial real estate, “location, location, location” definitely holds, but it does so more because of the people that live in a location than the scenery or amenities surrounding it. Even the most beautiful retail location isn’t guaranteed to be successful for a tenant if his/her target consumer does not live nearby.
2016 is off to a great start for RPR users. In January alone, RPR squashed 37 of the 55 highest priority bugs we were tracking, and all thanks to input we received from our valued REALTORS®. During this time, we also managed to introduce some other useful improvements. Let’s take a closer look …
There are many factors that come into play when working with buyers. From finding the right property at the right price to identifying schools and neighborhoods … and doing it all in real time.
Test scores, parent reviews, enrollment data and more help REALTORS® quickly drill down to schools best suited to client needs and expectations. What’s more, once a school is identified, users can easily search for up to 20 nearby listings.
The popularity of lifestyle-oriented home buying searches is growing rapidly. What used to be a basic search for the number of beds and baths, and schools, now a search for the perfect home, near desired amenities, within commutable distances, and among demographic groups who might share similar lifestyle preferences.
Last year, RPR recorded more than 450,000 on-market land listings in its database. That’s a large enough number to command anyone’s attention, including RPR’s commercial team who recently surveyed land industry experts from across the country. Here’s what the team came up with:
RPR’s Property Details page assembles a cross section of data unlike any other singular real estate platform. Here you will find home facts, owner info, photos, taxes, mortgage information, sales history, financing, flood zones, school info and more. There’s a lot to it … and nothing like it.
In 2015, RPR released twelve updates to the site, including something for every user. Here are the highlights of those enhancements.
From working with buyers and conducting open houses, to developing precision-like prospecting strategies and scoring the ultimate listing presentation, RPR has you covered. Here’s a sampling of business-building articles from 2015.
Points of Interest (POIs) represent the diversity and density of amenities and businesses within close proximity to the area your client wants to live or do business in, or both. Now, RPR is taking its POI services to the next level.
One of the single most important factors in buying a home can be the school district in which it resides. Given RPR’s newest release to its school searching and reporting features, REALTORS® now have increased opportunities to find the best fit for their clients. Here’s how…
Any real estate agent will tell you that time is money. And mistakes can be costly. By avoiding shortfalls, such as an unimpressive pricing presentation or inadequate marketing strategy, agents can significantly increase their chances of kicking that ball across the goal line.