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In mid-July, Intermountain MLS based in Boise, Id., went live with ShowingTime for the MLS for its 5,000 members. Now licensed by 92 MLSs and used on 1.2 million active listings, the online scheduling system includes patented technology to streamline the appointment scheduling process.
Whether it’s the birds and the bees, or lowering the price – when it comes time for the talk, it pays not to avoid it.
My wife and I went to a couple of Sunday open houses recently, and I have to say neither provided the showing experience we were expecting.
Three more MLSs with a total of 43,000 subscribers signed licensing agreements to provide ShowingTime’s online scheduling and feedback solution to subscribers.
Real estate professionals belonging to an MLS that has ShowingTime for the MLS installed can take advantage of a simple, quick solution to schedule showings: ShowingCart.
In the course of a three-decade marriage, Lorri and Darwin Briggs have sold five houses in four states, so they know first-hand about the inefficiencies that exist in the showing appointment scheduling process. Then they found ShowingTime.
Selling listings doesn’t happen without getting showings. Listing agents put a lot of effort into getting the listing priced properly and having it look great, and then marketing it for maximum visibility. But the benefits from doing all that work could be greatly diminished if nobody is around to answer showing calls. So what do you do?
It’s a tough job being a listing agent and doing it well. Here’s a quick list of what sellers are looking for in an agent.