We’re excited because we just released some upgrades to the maps in RMLSweb. Now you can use a map instead of MLS area in several searches, save a custom map to use with other searches later and navigate the RMLSweb maps with ease.
I think one of the coolest things about our upcoming release for mapping on RMLSweb is that you’ll be able to save custom Map Ranges & use them in several different searches (including Advanced Search, Hotsheet Search, Open House Search, Broker/MLS Tour Search, Actual Expired Search and Prospecting). What does that mean to you, though? […]
One of the most interesting statistics I saw in the latest issues of Market Action was the increase of pending sales compared to May 2008 in Clark County. This was the second month in a row that the number of pending sales rivaled that of the same time period a year ago. This is good […]
For a summary of the National Association of Realtors® recommended changes that were approved by the RMLS™ Board of Directors click here. These changes go into effect July 1.
Here’s a quick rundown of upcoming Realtor® events & education in our service areas for the rest of June. If you have an event that is not listed here, please let us know by commenting below. For future events, please send an e-mail to communications (at) rmls (dot) com. Vancouver Fine Homes Group Tour, June […]
The latest information from Supra shows lockbox openings were up from the previous week in Oregon and Washington.
Later this month we will be adding mapping to several searches in RMLSweb including Advanced Search and Prospecting.
While, ultimately this is extremely personal calculation (because it depends on the buyer’s income, mortgage rates, how well the house will meet their needs, etc.) there is one generic indicator that we can use to get a sense of where the market is at overall: the Affordability Index.
We sometimes get reports of homes being entered into RMLSweb as detached homes, when they are in fact, attached (or vice versa). We realize this can be confusing at times, so let’s briefly review the attached v. detached question. Let’s start with the textbook definitions: “Attached: An element of the residence’s construction (such as a […]
June is National Homeownership Month and if you read the blog, you probably know I am a new member of the homeowner community. After getting through my first transaction, I can say that I definitely understand how some first time homebuyers can be intimidated by the process of buying a home. Per the old adage, […]