Homesnap Comes to RMLS™ on May 7th (Updated May 1, 2019)

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There’s a lot to like about Homesnap, an app coming to RMLS™ subscribers on May 7th. RMLS™ subscribers will get free pro-level access to Homesnap, which includes features like a broker-client portal to facilitate communications about listings, unique client-facing materials, and convenient tools giving brokers access to a gold mine of aggregated data.


Homesnap’s broker-client portal will facilitate communications about listings. Brokers and clients will be able to connect, access real-time data about RMLSweb listings, send specific listings to each other, and converse about all of it.

Brokers will be able to use Homesnap to generate specialized, branded market reports for clients, post branded ads on social websites, and even create Homesnap stories for your Homesnap listings.

If that’s not enough, Homesnap users will also have access to handy tools that utilize the wealth of Homesnap’s aggregated data to make their job easier. Homesnap can guide users in walking a property line, using augmented reality technology. The app may even be used to research information about off-market listings if needed.


Homesnap will replace, the website that currently provides public access to RMLSweb listings. Once Homesnap is launched, the URL will redirect automatically to Homesnap. Leads generated through Homesnap public access will be passed to RMLS™ subscribers at no cost.


Look for more information about Homesnap from RMLS™ closer to the launch date on May 7th. In the meantime, Homesnap is offering training in May to give brokers a head start on using this exciting new platform. Register for one of the following training options:

RMLS™ is excited to offer Homesnap access at a pro level to all subscribers, and we think you’ll be as excited about its capabilities as we are. As we approach the launch date, keep your eye out for more details from RMLS™.

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5 Responses to “Homesnap Comes to RMLS™ on May 7th (Updated May 1, 2019)”

  1. Jeffry Yake May 7, 2019 at 12:29 pm #

    HomeSnap verification codes don’t seem to come to my email address after I hit “send”. The code necessary to prove I’m and agent as opposed to a client. Could it be because there is a deluge of activity?

  2. Chris Livingston June 14, 2019 at 8:59 am #

    As a business owner that works with hundreds of realtors a month and needing to confirm their information given to us by buyers, because they often give us the wrong information, this switch is a huge set back. If there is an easy way to look up an agent by name in Portland I am not finding it. All I can do is search and then as soon as I click on the name that MIGHT be the agent I’m looking for it connects me to the name I clicked on but it doesn’t show me anything on that agent. Did I get the agent in Portland or Texas? Who knows?

  3. Kelley August 24, 2019 at 7:49 am #

    This is a horrible program. Clients are unable to search for property on their own now. Now realtors will receive 100s of emails asking for info that clients used to weed through on their own. Who thought changing to this platform was a good idea?

    • Jason January 11, 2020 at 11:04 am #

      Homesnap thought it was a good idea.

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