Select and Sort Your Way to RPR’s Enhanced School Search and Reports

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…

Step #1 | Search

Search

Select Schools from the homepage of www.narrpr.com. Choose to search by geography or school district from the dropdown menu. Select Advanced to search by school name. Enter the city and state, or ZIP and click the orange search button.

Step #2 | Search Results

Search Results

Sort your search results by school name, rating, or proximity. Filter the results by school type or school name. Here, results can be viewed either by list or via the map. Simply, toggle between the options.

Step #3 | School Summary

Summary

Select your school to see its full details,including the school’s address, grades served, and enrollment. The page also shows the school’s GreatSchools rating, with a maximum of 10 stars, as well as the average rating for schools in the area, and information about standardized test scores. You can link to active listings close to the school, information about the neighborhood, and schools nearby.

Step #4 | School Reviews

School Reviews

Toggle to the Reviews tab of the school to read parent reviews, listed from most recent to oldest. Reviews are provided by GreatSchools.

Step #5 | School Report

Report

Click Create a Report to showcase the school summary and review information, as well as nearby schools and nearby properties for sale. Select More Details to choose the elements you want displayed on the report. Personalize your report, choose your delivery method, and click Run Report.


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2 replies
  1. Jim Robillard
    Jim Robillard says:

    When I tried the search by geography I was surprised when the results were limited to schools that were physically located in the area. I was expecting a list of schools that serve the area. This is what clients are interested in. That type of search would allow an easy answer to the common question about schools that serve a particular neighborhood or address.

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