Nov. 1, 2017 — ShowingTime, the real estate industry’s leading showing management and market stats technology provider, today announced eight more MLSs selected ShowingTime, including Georgia MLS, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, the Fraser Valley Real Estate Board in British Columbia, all remaining markets of California Regional MLS, Aspen Glenwood Springs MLS, the Darien Board of REALTORS®, the Bayou Board of REALTORS® and others to be announced soon.

“ShowingTime’s advanced technology will be a great resource for our 34,500 members,” said Richard Boone, CEO at Georgia MLS. “ShowingTime’s services align with our vision to provide innovative tools that are easy to use and help make agents more effective.”

ShowingTime for the MLS uses patented technology to streamline the appointment scheduling process, resulting in quicker showing confirmations and less phone tag. It includes online and mobile features to schedule and manage showings, providing 24/7/365 tools through the MLS system, the ShowingTime mobile app or through other technology platforms. The ShowingTime Appointment Center, staffed with 400+ appointment specialists, equips users to call 24/7/365 or schedule showings online so no request is missed.

ShowingTime’s showing-related products and services are used to schedule more than 50 million showings per year in 180 MLSs across the U.S. and Canada representing 900,000 real estate professionals.

“We are pleased these new customers selected ShowingTime to provide great service and the latest technology for scheduling showings,” said ShowingTime President Michael Lane. “We’re able to add measurable efficiencies to the appointment scheduling process with both ShowingTime for the MLS and the ShowingTime Appointment Center. When the two products are used together, requests are handled and confirmed quickly to the benefit of listing agents, showing agents, buyers and sellers.”

Agents also use the ShowingTime mobile app to schedule showings, review existing appointments, receive push notifications, access driving directions and/or view showing instructions, all while in the field. They can automatically notify sellers – who also use the app – when they’re running late or early to a showing, or when the showing is completed so the sellers can return home.