Introducing the New Getting Started eBook Series

Now is a great time to take your RPR knowledge to the next level by checking out these new eBooks. The new Getting Started series of ebooks will introduce you to the many facets and features of RPR. See for yourself…

Create Your Account

New to RPR? Start with this ebook and learn how to create your RPR account, review the data sets and tool you’ll have access too, and check out the top ways REALTORS® are using RPR in their business.

Getting Started With RPR

With hundreds of different datasets at your fingertips, you’ll learn to research properties, markets, neighborhoods and schools. We’ll show you how to gain a competitive edge by creating branded property, seller’s, and market activity reports; as well as valuation workbooks and flyers. And through it all, we’ll show you how to gain anytime, anywhere access via the RPR app.

How to Create RPR Reports

In this third ebook of the Getting Started series, we will walk you through the steps to easily create, customize and share RPR reports. After reading this ebook, you will be able to instantly respond to client needs with professional real estate reports, customize the elements of your reports to suit client interests, and brand each RPR report with your name, photo, logo and contact information.

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  1. Marti Didier
    Marti Didier says:

    This week I found errornous information on RPR. I contacted them and they said they picked up information from the MLS. The listing and sold price may be correct, however, the legal description is input by REALTORS and is often incorrect. I contacted the Parish Assessor in Pointe Coupee Parish and received the correct Subdivision name and lot size. The agent had a much larger lot size that she picked up from previous expired or withdrawn listings. We could get sued. This is dangerous. RPR should verify this information the the proper Court House or Assessor in that Parish or County before publishing it. Every listing had in incorrect information. After verification with the Assessor, our MLS had to go in and manually change over 133 listings.

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