The Midwest and some regions in the East saw big increases in dollar volume in 2016, according to market statistics gathered an analyzed here at ShowingTime.
ShowingTime announced today during Inman Connect in New York that it signed a definitive agreement to acquire San Diego-based Showing Suite.
We’re constantly thinking of new ways to help agents in their jobs, and always welcome feature requests to make our products work better for you. We thought we’d mention a few current features you’ll find helpful.
ShowingTime Front Desk was designed for offices and agents who want to manage the showing appointment scheduling process themselves. Built on a web-based platform optimized for computers, tablets and phones, it eases the organizational stresses of scheduling showings.
All of our ShowingTime MarketStats products use a live data approach in reporting. While we have used this approach for years, it seems as though a month doesn't pass by where we don't receive questions regarding it. So, we figured this would be a great opportunity to discuss our methods.
ShowingTime announced today that the company is launching a newly developed residential real estate market index to provide real estate professionals, REALTOR® Associations and Multiple Listing Services with actionable insights to better serve buyers and sellers.
Higher prices and lower inventories were prevalent through the first half of 2016, with sales mostly up all year according to data our MarketStats group has analyzed. Several areas, however, saw sales decrease in July. Even so, houses that sold were generally above list price.
Have you heard of the traffic app called Waze? It not only provides directions between locations, but also alerts users to routes with the lightest traffic, red light cameras up ahead, and possible accidents in their direction of travel. A definite plus for real estate agents is that they can connect Waze to ShowingTime using their mobile device or tablet calendar, making it easier to manage all the driving they have to do.
ShowingTime announced today two important developments: First, that its newly-formed Market Stats division has incorporated a proprietary data element into its reports to transform traditional market statistics offerings; Second, that it has signed 10 new licensing agreements to provide online scheduling, feedback and reporting services to an additional 50,000+ agents.
Agents love to be kept in the loop on all the activity occurring on their listings. Homeowners appreciate instant notifications, too, in addition to seeing feedback as quickly as possible. Those are some of the many benefits of using a system that automates that process for you.