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Feedback Friday for April 19

April 19, 2013  |  by Jess

Happy Feedback Friday before Nationwide Open House Weekend!

Many of you have already entered your Open Houses in Keystone because we now have 3587 in the system! According to the NAR Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers from 2012, 45% of buyers said they attended open houses during the home search process, so if you haven’t entered your open house yet, there’s still time. Remember, open houses are also listed on MRIShomes.com (formerly HomesDatabase.com).

We have another Feedback Friday for you about Keystone Profile Sheets, so please take a few minutes to answer some questions (and get some important information) below:

While we’re on the subject, learn more about the New Face of Keystone by registering for the upcoming Tool Tip Tuesday: The New Face of Keystone virtual training course. Click here to see available dates and times.

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3 responses to “Feedback Friday for April 19”

  1. Jamie says:

    Not sure what the extent of the available fields now in a listing / search, but when interest rates inevitably rise the ability to search for listings with assumable mortgages will be critical. Fields to be able to search for would be loan type, current rate, current payment, max adjustable rate, max adjustable payment, loan maturity date, etc.

  2. Tim says:

    Hi Jamie. I believe we have some of this now but with our Keystone improvements we are enhancing the Financial/Investments section of Keystone. Can we talk next week?

  3. Dolly says:

    I use MLS as an appriaser/past Realtor and it amazes me how it has changed over the years (I remember the old 4-ups). The existing fields and any additional fields for data is great as long as the agents complete them. All the information on a listing is important when using a settled sale, active or pending property in an appraisal report. If only the agents would realize that completing a listing is so important for marketing and then as use as a comparable sale. I have often looked at a property and then the listing for that property and wonder if it is actually the same property. Again the fields are only as good as the data entered into them.

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