We are continuing the Eight things new users want to know about RPR Residential for new users series – we have highlighted 4 previous tools. Last time we covered Spot-On Property Pricing and How to Find the Right Neighborhood for your Buyers, and a month ago we discussed Searching Your Subject Property and Sizing Up the Property Details Page. These are straightforward “how-to’s” covering everything from simple searches, to gathering data on schools and neighborhoods, mapping, and our ever-popular RPR reports. Each article includes a breakdown of what you can expect from RPR and how to easily incorporate RPR tools and features into your everyday business operations.

RPR is a benefit of the National Association of REALTORS®, which means it’s already included in your annual dues.

Research Properties With RPR Maps

Research Properties with the RPR Map

The information in this blog is taken directly from the RPR blog. Please click here for a detailed discussion of how to research properties. You will learn how easy it is to draw or designate your map in ways that suit every type of interest or need.

You can search by drawing different shapes:
  • Box Search
  • Radius Search
  • Polygon Search
Use a Map Pin:
  • Drive Time:  Displays approximate commute times
  • Distance Tools: Measures 3, 5 and 10 miles from a point

Show Geographies and Search Using Preset Geographies:

Choose a geography listed in the preset drop-down list as shown below.

Display Heat Maps:

Layered heat maps show current market trends and historical data from 11 different data sets:

Check the Points of Interest (POIs) You Would Like to Display

Up to 500 businesses, recreational, retail and other points of interest can be displayed, based on your selection of categories – can be shown where your client wants to live!


 

Build and Brand Your Business with RPR Reports

Learn what agents who use RPR reports can do:

  • Instantly respond to client needs with real estate reports that matter
  • Create reports with as much or as little information as the client needs
  • Brand each RPR report with name, photo, logo and contact information

Click here to read details about the following types of RPR Reports and how to run them:

  • RPR Property Report
  • RPR Seller’s Report
  • RPR Property Flyer
  • RPR Mini Property Report
  • RPR Valuation Workbook
  • RPR Market Activity Report
  • RPR Neighborhood Report
  • RPR School Report

Continue reading more in the series:

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