Why I use Flex mls for my home searches. Download it today and set up your portal! Flexmls is the one chosen by the Aspen/ Glenwood Springs mls and Boards of Realtors as the mls provider. It is the most up-to-date! I can use it to email or text my clients homes they may be interested in. One of my favorite features is subscription searches. If you are invited to a portal, set it up! Find tips about using Flexmls here. Flex mls has an RPR plugin. RPR stands for Realtors Property Resource. This tool allows for rich comparative analyses. I would go to the app store and download the consumer facing version today!
The Grand Junction Realtor Association has an app you need Paragon is an important app to download if you are looking for a home west of Rifle, Colorado. This is the mls database chosen by the Grand Junction realtor association. It functions and is the same company behind CREN which serves the southwest area of Colorado including Paonia and Gunnison. Find which version is right for you here. I email or text my clients and I can set up saved searches that will alert with a notification when a home is new to the market and meets all the criteria. This ensures that you’ll be the first to know about new homes on the market.
Search with CREN in Western Colorado southward Sometimes, I want to search farther southwest in Colorado. Keller Williams has a great office in Crested Butte. Who isn’t intrigued by Blue Mesa and Gunnison. What if I want to search Delta, Crawford, Hotchkiss, or Paonia. With CREN I have your search covered in the wild places of Western Colorado. I have from Marble in the Aspen/Glenwood mls the whole area south of Silt, to Paonia and southward to Crawford and Gunnison. CREN also covers Montrose. Search CREN on a desktop here. Download the app for iOS here. Download the Android app here. Make an appointment with Laura here.
Realtors Property Resource is the ultimate data cruncher to help buyers find the value of comparable homes, and sellers get an idea of what to expect. When a buyer is on the brink of offering, I use this tool. When I have an appointment with a seller I use this tool. There’s a facebook group, on demand video training, and a support line, so just take it one property at a time. I use this on my desktop but there is also an app which is great. Executing a report on the fly would impress me as a potential client. It gives you a leg up because going through the report paints a picture of a property’s probable price point in the market. I highly recommend RPR.
I started using Evernote ages ago. At first, when I was moving to Colorado, I wanted to keep track of cool places to visit. I made a bucket list for travel in a note and then pulled it out when it was time to plan my vacations for a year. I did not enjoy any of the password savers I had used, so I started using evernote for that. It makes the day where you go check on all the bills an absolute breeze. I have a note with all the important business numbers for my businesses, which makes it easy to pull up the information when needed. When it was time to get my husband organized, I already had a notebook with his info, and all I had to do was share the notes. Its searchable, and there are synched up apps on my iphone, ipad and so it doesn’t matter which device I’m on.