10K Research and Marketing, now part of ShowingTime, today announced it has launched its interactive residential real estate market analytics product, Infosparks, for the more than 78,000 subscribers of the California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS).
ShowingTime 10K (10K Research and Marketing is now part of ShowingTime) today announced it has launched its interactive residential real estate market analytics product, Infosparks, with Information and Real Estate Services (IRES) for the more than 6,000 brokers, appraisers and their support staff.
ShowingTime announced today that BookAShowing.com is now part of ShowingTime. BAS’s online scheduling system will be merged into ShowingTime’s family of products, which are collectively used by 150+ MLSs and/or associations representing more than 800,000 members.
ShowingTime announced today that 10K Research and Marketing is now part of ShowingTime. 10K’s services, which include market reporting to more than 250 residential real estate organizations throughout North America, will be merged into ShowingTime’s family of products, which are collectively used by 150+ MLSs and/or associations representing more than 800,000 members.
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.
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?