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Portal Pro Tip: Listing Content Options

The Flexmls portal allows you to work collaboratively with clients, assigning them property searches they can access any time....

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Let’s Break Down the Advantage Bundle

Have you been wanting to know more about the Advantage Bundle? The Advantage Bundle is the new upgrade from...

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Opt-In: Why Your Subscription Emails May Not be Sending

Problems with subscription emails sometimes mysteriously appear. The solution to these problems can be simple or complicated, depending on...

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The Comping Tool in Monsoon

Did you know that Monsoon has a comping tool? With one click you can pull up comparables and get...

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Monsoon Moment – Property Address vs Mailing Address

The Monsoon tax system is a great resource for gathering information about a property. It can also be helpful...

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Three Myths About The eKEY

Ever thought of switching from the XpressKEY to the eKEY, only to hear a horror story that changed your...

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Can Guest Houses be Included in Square Footage?

Finding the square footage of a property can sometimes be tricky. Whether you’re the listing agent for a property or...

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New Report in ShowingTime

ShowingTime offers four different reports, the newest being the Target Market Analysis Report. This helpful report shows which price...

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When Is It Okay to Share Your ARMLS Credentials?

The answer is… NEVER! Sharing your credentials is an ARMLS violation. Per Rule 7.2 subscribers may not share their...

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How To Alter Lockbox Access Times

Need an easy way to allow access to your listings only at certain times? Custom Supra lockbox access times...

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Flexmls Draft Searches

Flexmls draft searches can be perplexing. What are they? What can I do with them? Can they be deleted?...

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Step into the Death Room

In the 18th century it was called the drawing room. In the early 19th century it was the parlor....