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Stay top-of-mind and be the neighborhood expert with a follow-up system that gives your clients real-time, real estate market data and insights

Stay relevant, keep contacts engaged and stake your claim as the market pro by empowering your contacts with accurate, real-time MLS market reports tailored to their needs.

Provide your clients with accurate, real-time MLS data that matters. Market Snapshot® syncs with nearly every MLS, with most updated every 15 minutes, so our trend reports are the truest representations of market activity in your clients’ areas of interest.Within moments, your clients are notified of new listings, price changes and sales as they happen – not when they’re updated on public records. Your clients will have the freshest MLS data right at their fingertips.

Market Snapshot® carries your brand, and the information delivered is clearly attributable to you as the go-to real estate professional. When your clients are ready to act or have questions, they can contact you with the click of a button.

  • Be the undisputed market expert
  • Generate more leads
  • Identify your best prospects 
  • Effortlessly stay-of-mind
  • Protect your book of business
  • Provide more value to seller 

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