Why have an MLS integration?
Agents spend hours searching the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) for homes to show their clients, verifying details or researching requests. With live MLS listings housed in your CRM, you’ll save big on time while offering data-backed follow up clients love.
Creating A Property Insight
Select Property Insights in a contact and enter either the MLS number or the first part of an address to select a property from a list.
Save as a property of interest, viewed, inquired on, or offer sent.
That’s it! All the listing details are pulled from your MLS,* so you don’t have to manually enter any info.
MLS Integration Supports Follow Up
You can search a contact’s profile for homes they’ve asked about, the ones they didn’t like, or viewing notes – so you keep organized. Property Insights then provides the latest property status and details, so you have new information with each follow up.
Property Insights Become Transactions!
Take the first step of transaction management by deploying tasks and workflows included in Top Producer® X CRM. Simply select a contact’s Property Insight or import a transaction from your MLS. Important dates are tracked in a convenient timeline and automatically updated, so you always know where things are at.
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