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Transactions, MLS-Connect added as connectMLS integrations
December 7, 2022Posted by on
We’re excited to announce that Lone Wolf Transactions (zipForm Edition) and MLS-Connect have now been integrated into connectMLS!
Transactions (zipForm Edition) is a leading transaction solution offering digital forms, MLS and eSignature integration and compliance tools.
Whether you’re new to Transactions or a seasoned professional, it will help you start fast, work smart, and amaze your clients with an unforgettable experience.
MLS-Connect automatically fills out your forms, saving you the hassle of manually entering all your listing details. This alleviates data entry errors and saves time during the transaction creation process. You can also easily import or push data from your MLS listings into Transactions (zipForm Edition) to fill out forms faster than ever.
These integrations, in addition to the existing integrations with dotloop and DocuSign, give you more options to manage your business in the ways that work best for you.
To get started, go to “My Listings/Transactions” and select the desired property. Then click “Manage Transaction in…”, choose “Transactions (zipForm edition)” and click “Go”.
Please note that MRED does not provide Transactions (zipForm Edition) and MLS-Connect accounts. You must have an account to utilize these features.
Closed listings mark nine-week high
December 6, 2022Posted by on
MRED’s residential marketplace saw 2,369 listings close last week. Not only was that a 104% week-over-week increase from the previous holiday week, it was also the largest total since the start of October.
Holiday week continues year-end inventory dip
November 29, 2022Posted by on
The Thanksgiving holiday brought about a predictable slow down in several market indicators. Residential active listings decreased on a week-over-week basis for the 10th straight week, with 42,573 listings active in connectMLS.
Median sales price posts weekly, annual jump
November 15, 2022Posted by on
MRED’s marketplace saw a strong rebound in residential median sales price this week. That metric during the second week of November was $280,000, a 3.7% increase on a week-over-week and year-over-year basis as well as the largest single-week total in six weeks.
Median sales price streak comes to an end
November 8, 2022Posted by on
The residential median sales price in MRED’s marketplace dipped 3% week-over-over during the first week of November. That decrease led to no change in median sales price on a year-over-year basis. The last time there was no annual increase was June of 2020.
New listings continue end-of-year decline
November 1, 2022Posted by on
The final week of October saw 4,527 residential listings added in MRED’s marketplace. That total was a 2% week-over-week decline and a 12% annual dip. It also marked the lowest single-week total since mid February.