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Using RPR with Sellers and Buyers (2/26)

by | Feb 20, 2014

rpr_webinar

Wednesday, February 26, 2014 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM CST

Ever wondered what RPR has to offer to help you find just the perfect neighborhood and property for your buyer?

Looking for new ways to help your sellers understand online value estimates and how to determine the right price to list their home?

In this one hour class, you'll learn about AVMs, their pitfalls and how to use RPR to provide fact-based market realities that impact home pricing, and present it to your client in a comprehensive Seller's Report.

We'll show you how to do advanced searching via maps, including using layers and drawing tools, locate neighborhood and school information, and take all this data and turn it into a Property Report that is sure to impress even the most demanding client.

Register now!
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