New Agent Makes RPR her “One-Stop-Shop” for Success

At RPR (Realtors Property Resource), our number one priority is your success. We strive for you to be more productive, more efficient and better equipped to solve all types of real estate business problems. And we love helping new agents get their feet wet!

Here’s a note we recently received from Shikha Mehra, a new RPR user and active member of our Facebook Connect group. It’s feedback such as this that lets us know just how helpful RPR can be for new agents...

Good morning,

For me RPR has become a one-stop-shop! RPR equips you with everything: from building your SOI (sphere of influence) to then farming that area. From creating Market Activity Reports to executing sellers disclosures. I can even create and execute contracts thanks to the connection with my zipForms.

It sounds cliche when you hear a website mention that they provide tools and resources for every situation. But RPR literally does it! Thank you.

Shikha Mehra, REALTOR®
Dream J.P. Pirtle Realtors, Louisville, Kentucky

Thanks, Shikha! And of course, we had to hear more. Here’s a Q&A with a new user who discovered RPR within the past year...


How long have you been a REALTOR® and what area do you specialize in?

I got into residential real estate just over one year ago, during the pandemic. I pivoted from my own catering business, and before that I was a Regional loan officer. I was always interested in real estate and being my own boss. Plus, I’m a people person! I can communicate with a total stranger at a comfortable level.


How were you first introduced to RPR?

I first heard of RPR through Coldwell Banker. It sounded interesting, but I didn’t know all about it. Then I found the RPR Facebook Connect Group. That made me want to learn more about it and explore it. I clicked on it and noticed so much information and exposure. It was easy to use and not overwhelming. The way the group welcomes new agents is awesome. The guidance, the knowledge, there’s no end!


What’s one of your favorite features of RPR?

I love using the RPR app, it makes it so easy to deal with clients right on the spot. I don’t have to wait to respond to clients, I just do it—boom! One-stop-shop!


You mentioned RPR being a “one-stop-shop”, which we really appreciate. Can you elaborate on that?

From the beginning to end of the transaction, I use RPR the entire time. All the reports, market trends, graphs, charts, distressed property info, home values, CMAs right on the spot, the list goes on and on. From one end to the other, it encompasses everything in a real estate transaction to get the job done right.


Wow, great answer! Which reports are your go-to’s?

The Market Activity Report for sure. The beautiful part is RPR also created a window for us to fill in little blanks for a personal note to our clients. It adds a little spunk to it! I love that, my clients go “Wow!” And it’s easy to learn, even a newbie can figure it out. RPR helps you broaden your horizons and to embrace new info, existing info, and tech. You put it all together and make it functional for your client.


What are some pain points for new agents like yourself? Anything that RPR helps or alleviates?

Your first CMA is kind of tough when you start out. But I got feedback and guidance from the Facebook Connect group and there are so many videos in the Learning Center. I dedicated myself to watching those. I created my first CMA with help from RPR and I was so freaking psyched!

New Members can get started with RPR in just a few steps

As you can see, RPR can go a long way in helping new agents up to speed and into the groove of the real estate business. Creating your account and getting started with RPR is a breeze. Simply click the link and follow the easy steps to activate your exclusive National Association of REALTORS’® benefit today.

To kickstart your RPR journey, there’s a brand-new webinar series that’s been tailor-made for new REALTORS®.  The five-part series includes:

  1. RPR for New Agents
  2. Ins-and-Outs of Your Exclusive Member Benefit
  3. Find Your Buyer’s Dream Home
  4. Perfectly Price Your Next Listing
  5. Build Your Pipeline and Farm for Prospects

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  1. Sue Gould September 30, 2021 at 5:02 pm - Reply

    It’s amazing that you did an entire column on RPR without once explaining what RPR is. What do those letters stand for?First lesson in journalism is stating the Who, What, When Where and Why.

    • Daralyn Duquette October 1, 2021 at 5:52 am - Reply

      Realtors Property Resource 😊

    • Allison Wood October 2, 2021 at 7:12 am - Reply

      The acronym RPR is noted in the first line of the article.

  2. J Green September 30, 2021 at 7:12 pm - Reply

    I too kept reading and hoping to find the meaning of RPR????

  3. Michael Burkhart October 1, 2021 at 3:08 pm - Reply

    Thanks Daralyn! With ten years as an NAR member benefit, RPR has morphed into a brand name as much as an acronym. However, we do know that they are new agents and others out there who are hearing about it for the first time, so we do apologize. It’s been spelled out, right up front, to clear up any confusion. Thanks for reading and letting us know…

  4. Allison Wood October 2, 2021 at 7:13 am - Reply

    The acronym RPR is noted in the first line of the article.

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