There’s no perfect way to start a conversation about a price reduction with sellers. In another real estate blog we follow, the writer outlined three steps on handling this uncomfortable situation. Fortunately for ShowingTime customers, you have a ready-made tool to help with the price reduction process: Listing Activity Reports.
There never seems to be enough time in a day to get through everything you intend to. You may have a “to-do list” with six crucial tasks to get done, which could be anything from writing marketing materials, to running reports on your listings, to checking in on a lead about a potential new listing.
To state it simply, where weather is concerned – in January – you never know what’s going to come up. When the unexpected occurs, ShowingTime has your back. For offices using our Appointment Center service, regardless of the weather we’re always open, 24/7/365, to take appointment calls for you.
ShowingTime has what one customer describes as an “ultra awesome” feature: sending disclosure forms and other important documents automatically to showing agents after they request a showing.
There are a few major benefits to having a 24-hour appointment service. Having access to appointment specialists who are literally waiting to spring into action for you allows all involved parties to call, confirm, and schedule when it works from them
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Residential real estate listing agents are always looking for ways to get more listings. Here are some valuable resources to help you succeed.
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.
We recently posted 10 real estate blogs we think are great sources of information. We’re following up with 15 Twitter handles we follow that will also help keep you informed in 140 characters or less.
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.