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What are the RPR Broker Tools?

RPR is not just for agents; it is an invaluable tool for brokers, owners, managers and companies. The RPR Broker Tool Sets provides valuable tools focused on the support, promotion and market value of RPR. And just like RPR, the Broker Tool Sets are included in your dues, so there is no additional cost...period. 

Company Branding

A custom-branded RPR site created just for your company, as well as company branding automatically featured on each report generated by your agents. 
Market Intelligence

Examine trends across multiple MLSs in a single data feed, compile reports company, office or agent sales, listings, and distressed property transactions. Measure productivity against the market, or within your own company. 
RPRbroker3 Affiliated Services

Feature Mortgage, Title, Home Warranty, Insurance or a custom service on your branded RPR site, as well as in reports presented to clients. 

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RPR Works Everywhere, Just Like You
Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 11:00 AM PDT Away from the office? You won't miss a beat. RPR Mobile makes you productive from anywhere. In this 45-minute webinar, you'll see the RPR Mobile in action and: Take a tour of the app and explore RPR's dynamic data Answer client questions no matter where you are Learn how to locate and preview properties Discover how to quickly send reports to clients via text or email Register
Educate Your Clients with RPR School Searches and Reports
Fifty-three percent of buyers that have children consider a neighborhood based on the quality of the school districts. And 50% cite convenience to schools as a priority, according to a report from the National Association of REALTORS. The report's findings bode well for agents who use RPR (Realtors Property Resource®), the nation's leading aggregator of real estate data. Agents can leverage the platform's expansive tools to research schools, showcase nearby listings, and create professional-quality reports for clients. RPR's school data, provided by Niche, the industry's fastest-growing school data provider, includes teacher, academic and overall school grades, as well as school district side-by-side comparisons. Specific metrics include: Total enrollment Students per teacher Average GPA Math and reading proficiency Percentage of gifted students Number of students enrolled in AP Graduation rate Average ACT and SAT scores Average teacher salary Percentage of teachers in the first or second year Written school reviews Here's how to perform an RPR school search and then create a customized school report: School Search Log in to Click Research and then select School Search. The school search will appear. From the left drop down menu, choose whether to search by Geography or within a particular School District. Enter the city and state or zip, and click the magnifying glass to execute your search To further narrow down your search, enter a School Name to the right of the School Search or choose a School Type: Elementary, Middle, High A few notes about your search results: From the Search Results, view the basic information and rating of each school, create a School Report, or View Nearby Listings. If you're looking to dive deeper on a school, select the school name. You'll see the school's address, grades served, enrollment, information about standardized test scores and the school's grade rating, including the average rating for schools in the area. The Reviews tab displays community reviews for the school. These reviews are also provided by Niche. You can also link to nearby listings, neighborhood information, and other local schools. Create Your School Report RPR's School Report summarizes the data from your search, as well as provides options to compare schools within a district or a specified radius, and/or select up to 20 nearby listings to include in the report. From the school results page, click Create Report (or choose Schools from the Reports menu). Select to choose the elements you want displayed on the report Personalize your report with a recipient name and message Choose your delivery method Click Run Report To view the original article, visit the RPR
RPR and AARP Team Up to Offer Neighborhood Livability Scores to Home Buyers
RPR product integrations keep REALTORS efficient and give them the ability to offer their clients valuable information. Collaborating with AARP is a textbook example of the latter. The AARP Livability Index is now displayed on the RPR website and mobile app through its Property Details pages as well as within the Neighborhood page. It's also featured in four RPR reports, including the Property Report, Mini Property Report, Neighborhood Report and Seller's Report. Integrating this set of research and data into RPR is part of a concerted effort by the National Association of REALTORS® to help people make better-informed housing decisions. The AARP-RPR Collaboration: insightful guidance for all homeowners The AARP Livability™ Index isn't strictly for seniors or retirees. It's an easy to understand metric and set of scores that rates a neighborhood's services and amenities, which your client(s) will find very useful. Here are some highlights of what it covers and how it gauges data: The index is composed of an overall score along with seven sub-category scores. It scores every neighborhood and community in the US for the services and amenities that affect people's lives the most. AARP taps into more than 50 national sources of data to provide a clear picture of seven categories of livability: housing, neighborhood, transportation, environment, health, engagement, and opportunity. Members who want to drill down and get more details about the score can link to AARP's Livability Index pages from RPR. Score "expert guidance" points with your clients If you see a score in the 50s or 60s, don't be alarmed. Fifty is considered above average. Here's how that works: the Livability Index score rates the overall livability of the selected ZIP code on a scale from 0 to 100. The total livability score is based on the average of all seven category scores, which also range from 0 to 100. AARP scores communities by comparing them to one another, so the average community gets a score of 50, while above-average communities score higher and below-average communities score lower. With REALTOR® knowledge of communities now enhanced by the Livability Index and RPR, it will be that much easier to inform and educate clients and prospects about the elements that create a livable neighborhood. Here's how the integration looks in RPR: AARP®: An unbeatable data duo RPR's property reports are already packed with key data that will help you "wow" your clients and close more deals. Adding the Livability Index from AARP only makes them that much stronger. Make sure you point out this new feature in every RPR deliverable you send and touchpoint you make. To view the original article, visit the RPR