See What’s New at RPR

April 2016

Website Enhancements

The new Autofill Address Suggestion jumps into gear when searching for a single property. Note that the address matches will be for properties within the user’s MLS(s). This new feature will also return matches for cities, counties and neighborhoods.

The Agent Remarks Field has been extended from a 500 character word limit to a 4,000 limit. Accordingly, Showing Instructions has increased from a 300 to 4000 character limit.

The Home Facts Section now includes the option to add additional, customized facts to any property. This includes any “standard fact” that we may not receive from MLS or Public Record data, and also any unique or custom fact that the user would like to include about the property.

Home facts entered by the user will appear along with other facts within reports. Note: the added home facts will not flow to the Comparative Analysis or Sales Comparison Analysis tools.

  1. Add home facts by selecting Add Another Row.
  2. Choose from a drop down of choices or enter your own property fact.

RPR Commercial

Commercial practitioners can now search properties by specific keywords within a listing description. Specify up to six words or phrases within the advanced search or within the search filters on the left hand side. The results will return listings that use at least one of the keywords.

The RPR App

The Redo Search option reverts a map back to the original area after the user has zoomed in or out of the map.

2 replies
  1. Judy Pokorny
    Judy Pokorny says:

    RPR has been my main CMA tool for the last 8 months. The numbers and options available for a professional report are outstanding.
    I like the idea of using it in an open house. Good article.
    This is the main tool every professional should use.


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