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Choosing an Architectural Style for Listings

December 18, 2012  |  by Jess

Have you ever tried to search for a particular architectural style using a home search tool? Often it’s like trying to find a needle in a haystack. Help improve the chances of interested buyers finding your listings with this great tip from our friends in the Compliance Department:

Are you unsure about what to choose as a home’s Style? Not sure how to describe that special little window or that interesting architectural feature? MRIS can help!

In conjunction with REALTOR®Mag, our website provides you with a link to their Architecture Guide you can use to simplify the process. Displaying information on both Residential Styles and Structural Elements, this guide takes the guesswork out of deciding what style or special features you can use to describe your listing, and ensures accuracy of the data.

This link will show you the way – click here!

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7 responses to “Choosing an Architectural Style for Listings”

  1. Otoniel Larios says:

    This list should be added to the colunm were style is in Keystone for realtors guidence.

  2. This is good and should be in Keystone, and MRIS FB post, maybe even upon Matrix login news. Too many agents don't know the difference in split foyer, v split level, traditional v colonial…

  3. Tom says:

    I say a three story townhouse built on a slab doesn't have a basement, but there are an awfully lot of people that will argue with me about that.

  4. Deb Valainis says:

    This would also be helpful in a complete pdf version.

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