The new version of REcolorado Matrix streamlined your experience entering new listings, thanks to new property types and dynamic listing input.
What you need to know: Dynamic Listing Input
One benefit of the new version of REcolorado Matrix is a streamlined listing entry process! When starting a new listing, you’ll first be prompted to select the appropriate Property Type, Subtype, and other key fields for that property type.
Pro Tip: Use this helpful guide, along with help text in the system itself, so you can be sure you’re selecting the appropriate Property Type and Subtype.
Based on your selection, the listing input form will adjust to only display relevant fields. For example, if you select “no” for HOA on the first screen, then you won’t see HOA-related fields later in the process.
To better organize the listing input process, we sought input from local real estate brokers – your peers – in Think Tank feedback sessions. Based on your input and RESO Data Dictionary standards, we grouped similar fields in logical groupings.
The result? You’ll get a simpler, more relevant input process!
What you need to do: Register for Listing Input Training
When you accurately put listing information into REcolorado Matrix, you’re ensuring that the right buyers can find your listing. Understanding listing input will not only help you enter more complete listings for your sellers, but it will also help you perform better searches to find the information you need for your buyers easily.
Even if you work with a listing input coordinator, this understanding can help you better serve your clients. Search and listing input are two sides of the same coin – understanding one will help you do the other better, too!
To learn more about Property Types and Dynamic Listing Input, join our REcolorado Matrix Listing Input Class. See upcoming classes and register using the link below:
Originally published January 10, 2019 — Updated June 30, 2020