You may know a bit about our Appointment Center service – the customizable feedback per listing, Smart Route with ShowingCart, or the ShowingTime Mobile App for both agents and sellers; but there are a few things that happen behind-the-scenes that we’re particularly proud of, and would like to share with everyone.
Feedback from showings is a great tool in the agent arsenal. From seemingly trivial aspects – a kitchen needing a new fridge, better carpet in the basement, or a certain room needing paint – to major factors like the price is too high, feedback provides validation directly from the market.
Some aspects of residential real estate get more digital every day. Buying a house will always be a people business, but as agents tell us and as trends show, prospective home buyers are taking on more and more responsibility for finding homes – and the search usually begins online.
You want to sell your home. You need a listing agent. Now what? Many of us thinking of selling probably ask ourselves, should I pick a friend who's an agent? A relative? A neighbor?
Homeowner Mike Dihel - about to be married - faced something previous generations in his family never did: the burden of selling the home he purchased while single.
Inman News recently posted a compelling article, “Why people are ignoring real estate agents on social media”. It revealed some startling facts about agent social media practices in particular, and the state of social media marketing in general.
In mid-July, Intermountain MLS based in Boise, Id., went live with ShowingTime for the MLS for its 5,000 members. Now licensed by 92 MLSs and used on 1.2 million active listings, the online scheduling system includes patented technology to streamline the appointment scheduling process, resulting in quick or instant showing confirmations and less phone tag.