Making the Most of RPR During COVID-19

These are challenging times for REALTORS®. COVID-19 is affecting every aspect of our lives, including your real estate business. Let us help you continue to serve your clients and customers by making the most of RPR’s tools and features. Each Tuesday in April, we’ll share a few tips and tricks to help you make the most of RPR during the coronavirus outbreak.

While we all try to flatten the coronavirus curve, we want you to stay ahead of the real estate curve! Sharing RPR reports on social media, checking in on past clients, and conducting virtual open houses are just a few tips we will share with you.

    Recordings in this series:

    Topics included:

    • Reaching out to current clients
    • Creating Market Activity and Neighborhood Reports
    • Sending a mailing to targeted neighborhoods
    • Continuing to Build Your Brand

    Topics included:

    • Virtual Open Houses
    • Personal video (well wishes)
    • Post RPR reports to social media to keep you top of mind

    Part 3: Virtually Working with Buyers
    Recorded: April 21, 2020

    Topics included:

    • Virtual Showings
    • Buyer’s Tour
    • Property Reports
    • Sharing Reports

    Topics included:

    • Researching a property
    • CMA

    Question & Answer

    Have a question about this workshop? Let us know below, and we’ll reply with an answer.

    6 replies
    1. Norman Daley
      Norman Daley says:

      I’ve been with RPR for a long time and it gets better, and better. Please keep me advised when you do educational webinars for any type. I never get enough of learning. I especially want to thank you for putting up the sessions I missed so I can go over them and fill in the slides.
      Thanks Again,
      Norman Daley

    2. Noor Yahia
      Noor Yahia says:

      What is the best way to search and find the Distress and/or the properties are in trouble in making mortgage payments and got default notices from the Lenders.

      • Reggie Nicolay
        Reggie Nicolay says:

        Hi Noor, Try using the Market Activity search type. Search the area(s) of interest and look for newly distressed properties.


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