4 Things You’ll Love About RPR’s New Blog

REALTORS®, Association staffers and MLS professionals … this one’s for you. Introducing the newly-redesigned, customer-focused blog from RPR—more valuable content, comprehensive learning options, fresh editorial resources … and now optimized for any screen size, large or small.

Let’s take a look at some of what’s new….

1Editorial Blog

A refreshed approach to developing content that gets to the heart of what you need: convenient, step by step video tutorials, how-to articles, and programs that walk new users through the novice to expert level … all at your convenience. Take a peek at this example of our New User Series for Agents.

2Industry Segments

Agents, brokers/owners, commercial practitioners, appraisers, associations and MLSs can use the new revamped navigation to effortlessly access resources specific to their interests. Examples include the latest product enhancements for Agents, how to enroll in the Broker Tool Set as a Broker/Owner, even a detailed overview of RPR Commercial for commercial practitioners.


The Resources section has been refreshed with a full complement of grab-and-go how-to articles, industry use cases, explainer videos, social media content, handouts and more. These resources are designed to support member communications and outreach efforts for Associations and MLSs.


On-demand video lessons have been updated to the Training area of the blog, including a few new topics, such as preparing for a Listing Presentation and Open House. Working with Buyers and Geographic Farming will be coming in the next few weeks.

Each lesson includes a series of short videos that can be watched in sequence, such as Getting Started With RPR or go directly to a stand alone video for instructions on how to complete a particular task, such as “How to search properties with RPR.

For Associations and MLSs, video learning now supports deep linking, meaning anyone that wants to link directly into a individual video in one lesson, can simply copy the URL. This function is particularly useful for anyone that is linking directly into a lesson from a blog post, training manual or member communication.

We encourage everyone to visit and explore the new blog. If you would like to keep updated on new content each month, sign up for our newsletter in the right-hand sidebar.

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