RPR Version 1.21: New Look for RPR Reports and more

Last night, RPR released version 1.21 of the application. This release included a variety of enhancements including a refreshed homepage, and a new look for the reports. In this release we also completed a large amount of work on the new Appraiser Tool Sets, which will be entering beta in the coming months.

New homepage

We’ve updated the homepage with a new design. REALTORS® that are new to the site will have quick access to creating an account. While existing users will be able to quickly login. Some other items featured on the homepage include the RPR Partners Map, RPR Help Desk and the blog.

RPR New Homepage

New look for reports

Same elegant report, but requiring less ink….that was the focus on this revamp. Now on the RPR reports we’ve introduced a new header with white background. This change will be visible to all REALTORS® using RPR where the MLS or brokerage is not already offering a branded version of RPR. If your RPR reports display your MLS or company logo, you will still see the colored headers as we work to convert these branded versions of the reports.

RPR New Reports

Read up on these enhancements and more by visiting the version 1.21 release notes in our Help Desk. If you want more help learning anything in RPR, please visit our training section of the blog.

4 replies
  1. Z Realtor
    Z Realtor says:

    30 days after an open ticket there are serious issues with the reports in both data and content.
    1. How is it possible that the median price for an area can be “0” (ZERO).
    2. If any other formula is dependent on #1 above the rest of the report content is useless.
    3. Why is it that the maps on the pdf look fuzzy and with no definition.
    4. How can the report have no picture no description on a property that was SOLD?

    • Reggie Nicolay
      Reggie Nicolay says:

      Hello ZRealtor, I just replied to your other comment, but wanted to do the same here. We’ve received your comment and we are looking into your tickets.


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