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A Friendly Reminder About Listing Prices in Keystone

July 5, 2013  |  by Jess

How can three little digits make a big difference? When you don’t include them in your listing using Keystone, the difference is in the THOUSANDS!

Don’t forget to add those zeroes (000) when you enter prices into Keystone. Whether it’s the list price or the close price, the zeroes are the difference between $350,000 and just $350.

Matrix searches can be done without the extra zeroes, but when entering listings in Keystone, you should always put those zeroes in – otherwise you could end up with a buyer trying to put your listing on his or her debit card!

Have a great weekend!

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10 responses to “A Friendly Reminder About Listing Prices in Keystone”

  1. Dorothy Elmendorf says:

    If I remember correctly, posting a listing in MLS is not a direct offer to buyers.
    It is simply an offer of cooperation to other agents.

    In my opinion, that whole method of searching by abbreviated price range should be dropped.

  2. Dorothy Elmendorf says:

    Adding to my original comment.
    The MLS listing is not an offer to the public but is merely a notice of cooperation and compensation to other agents.
    Even if and when a full price offer is received, a seller has every right to approve or disapprove every term of the offer. To accept or reject every single term.
    If a listing is entered into MLS using price in thousands, the listing search range should be the same, in thousands not hundreds.

  3. Mike Baron says:

    Why isn't the $Dollar Sign ("$") allowed in this Field????

  4. debrasamuels1 says:

    I JUST FEEL LIKE MRIS IS DOUBLE-TRIPLE DIPPING WHEN IT COMES TO ALL THEIR SITES THEY OPEN UP TO THE PUBLIC. WE MIGHT AS WELL WAIT ON THE CLIENT TO BRING US WHAT THEY WANT TO SEE THAT'S NOT REQUIRE TO BE UPDATED LIKE US. SMH

  5. Virgina Wine Country Realtor says:

    Question 1. Is there a way to designate land vs. residential listings? It can sometimes be awkward and time consuming to try to pull up a listing that turns out to be a land listing when it has a house and vice-versa.
    Is there a way to set up one auto email that will search both residential and land listings?

    Question 2. Is there a way to customize the CMA template. So many of the fields included in the current template are really insignificant (heat source for example). The four customizable fields are not enough in many cases, particularly when I'm doing a CMA for townhouses (I need to fields for end vs. interior units, flooring, appliances, counters, etc.) and would like to eliminate the fields I don't consider important.

  6. Val Alexander says:

    All the 000s should be entered by the agent when searching – too confusing the way it is set up now.

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