Flex Quick Tip
November 14, 2011
Realtors Property Resource Live

Metro MLS has launched Realtors Property Resource access to all REALTOR® participants. What does this mean to your business?

A whole new world of consolidated data and valuation tools to complement your MLS system and support your vital role in the real property transaction.

As of RIGHT NOW, you have the power at your fingertips to conduct instant neighborhood and property research, identify market hot spots, cut through client value misconceptions, and much more, using RPR.

RPR is the National Association of REALTORS® exclusive online real estate library. With this new resource you have unparalleled one-stop access to data to help your customers pinpoint key property factors, and cut through valuation misconceptions.

At the core of RPR is a database of over 147 million property records, built from public record and assessment information. Then, MLS data is added, vital information to create the exclusive RVM – the most accurate valuation model available. On this foundation, RPR adds layers of data integrations, including zoning, permits, mortgage and lien data. And more datasets are being added all the time: plat maps, flood zone maps, school zone and attendance zone overlays, points of interest and more.

The comprehensive data integrated in RPR goes far beyond typical real estate information and can be used in evaluating any property and target neighborhood for your clients as well as get a snapshot of trends in your market for your business development plans.

RPR offers reports and analytical tools that help you turn a mountain of data into genuine market insight.

Learn all about how to use RPR at free live-online webinars held every weekday. Just click here to access the class schedule and register. In less than an hour, you'll be ready to start exploring data and creating reports that help take your business to a new level.

Put the power of RPR to work for you - sign up for your classes today!

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