As REALTORS® throughout the country focused on communication, marketing and support systems in preparation for the spring market, RPR remains focused on creating systems which provide the highest value for NAR members. Below are some exciting new features to the existing RPR resources designed to help REALTORS® become more efficient, save time, and increase profitability!
RPR Enhanced RPR Blog Released
On Wednesday, we went live with a few enhancements to the RPR blog. Taking feedback from RPR users, our changes focused on reorganization and simplification of the homepage and adjustments to our constituency landing page layout. On the homepage you’ll notice the navigation has been expanded to now offer quick links to our MLS partners map, the MyRPR user stories, and the Agent, Broker, Commercial, MLS, Appraiser and Association landing pages. You will also find easier navigation between the RPR Blog, RPR website, and MyRPR.com, as well as helpful tips provided by RPR users.
On the Agent and Broker landing pages we’ve added some new graphics to highlight important topics, while also incorporating our new RPR calendar to display upcoming training sessions. Soon the calendar will also include live (in-person) classes, and other RPR related events. To see all the new features, go to: blog.narrpr.com.
See Success stories on MyRPR.com
The MyRPR campaign continues to drive inspiring stories. If you haven’t taken the time to see for yourself, please visit the MyRPR site. One such video is from Colin Mullane of Ashland, Oregon. Colin gives and honest and heartfelt review of first learning about RPR, to working with his board and conducting their due diligence to learn more about bring the RPR application to his market.
If you or someone you know has an RPR story they would like to share, please click here and let us know.
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RPR and the 100th Association Executives Institute
I had the pleasure of attending the Association Executives Institute (AEI) in Louisville Kentucky this weekend. RPR staff participated in providing valuable information to leadership from around the country on RPR progress, training and support systems, and the upcoming RPR Commercial Beta testing. RPR Industry Relations VP’s Ohan Antebian and Ron France gave updates at both the State CEO Meeting and the 2nd annual “Unassociation” event leading up to AEI. RPR was also pleased to sponsor the AE Luncheon on Monday which included a commemorative gift to the attendees honoring the 100th Anniversary of the AEI. Thanks to everyone who made this year’s AEI meetings such a success.