How can a listing agent’s life get a little easier? Integrations.

Big things do come in small packages. And when those simple, lightbulb kind of innovations do come our way, they are likely welcome changes to the ways in which we conduct business. Such is the case with one of the more popular features offered by Realtors Property Resource® (RPR®)––with notable regard for listing agents.

Through an integration with zipLogix, creators of zipForm®, the nation’s leading online real estate forms provider, REALTORS® who use zipForm® and RPR can easily jump between the two platforms via one simple click, providing instant access to forms and property data needed to complete your transaction. Moreso, the partnership allows REALTORS® to create new zipForm® transactions using auto-populated public records from RPR. This provides you a neatly-packaged bundle of benefits that not only saves time but alleviates the pain points of having to use two of real estate’s most powerful platforms independent of one another.

Here’s how to maximize the integration to your advantage in two minutes or less …

Set up the Integration

Sign onto RPR at narrpr.com. Search for your subject property. Then, from the RPR Property Details page, most REALTORS® using zipForm® will automatically see the zipForm® Transactions button. If not, connect by way of your RPR User Profile. Choose Link Accounts and a series of simple prompts will help begin the process. Once complete, the zipForm® Transactions button will display on the RPR Property Details page.

Here’s how to maximize the integration to your advantage, in two minutes or less …

You will then have the option to:

  • Go to specific transactions for that property address in zipForm®
  • Start a new transaction for the street address pulled up in RPR
  • Go to the RPR homepage

Creating and Retrieving Transactions From RPR

Access the zipForm® integration by visiting the RPR Property Details page for the subject property. Then choose zipForm® Transactions.

A window will open showing all transactions that match the city and state of the property in RPR. For example, accessing zipForm® from a property in Des Moines, IA, will reveal the user’s previously created zipForm® transactions from Des Moines.

Launch a transaction by clicking the property’s hyperlink, or choose Start a new zipForm® transaction.

    When starting a new zipForm® transaction, a confirmation will appear to let you know that the new transaction has been created successfully in zipForm®. Select Go to zipForm® which opens a new browser tab.

    Now from within zipForm®, perform the steps to add and remove forms. Click Property to verify the imported public records information. Many form fields will  auto populate, such as address (used as Transaction Name), property full address, FIPS, tax account number, county, legal brief description, APN, legal subdivision name, year built, current owner name and full address; legal lot number, unit, city township, municipality, and block; and recorders book number and page number from assessments. Note: Listing data is not passed to zipForm®.

    Video Highlights of the RPR / ZipForm® Integration

    NAR Member Benefit, Delivered through zipLogix Technology

    Through a key NAR initiative, all REALTORS® have access to zipTMS robust transaction management system, unlimited zipVault® document storage, an exclusive NAR library of REALTOR® Forms & Templates, and the zipForm® Plus forms engine at no cost. State and Local forms libraries may be available if licensed to zipLogix (some fees, which are set by associations/boards, may apply).

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    1. Arnie
      Arnie says:

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