REcolorado is more than your MLS, we’re your business partner. You can count on us to provide you affordable access to the tools and services you need to serve your current clients and continue to grow your business.
Our product team constantly evaluates the latest and greatest industry offerings to hit the market. And when there isn’t a product that meets a specific need of Colorado brokers, our in-house technology team builds the product from scratch. REcolorado Listing Metrics is a great example of this forward-thinking and innovative strategy.
REcolorado Listing Metrics
Want to know how popular your listing is? Use REcolorado Listing Metrics! REcolorado Listing Metrics is a tool available from the REcolorado Subscriber Resources section of your CONNECT dashboard. You can use the tool to see your online listing activity from multiple sites all in one place. This includes views, shares, saves, and inquiries across REcolorado.com, Homesnap, IDX sites, and syndication sites like Nextdoor, Zillow, and Homes.com. Listing Metrics helps you analyze your listing’s performance so you can make informed decisions. Additionally, the Seller’s Report feature makes it easy for you to share information automatically on a weekly basis with your client.
REcolorado Matrix Hit Counters
Another tool that compliments Listing Metrics, is the REcolorado Matrix Hit Counter. With this tool, you can see exactly how many times your listing is viewed by your fellow brokers, as well as how many times your listing is viewed and saved by clients using the REcolorado Matrix Client Portal.
It’s important to note that REcolorado Matrix data prior to April 3, 2018, will not display in Listing Metrics. Additionally, the total count is calculated from the previous two days. For example, the listing in the image below received 8 views in the Client Portal from April 2, 2018, to April 3, 2018.
Tip: Listing Metrics isn’t just for evaluating your current listings. Use the data show potential clients why an instant offer may not be in their best interest.
Originally published September 26, 2019 — Updated October 17, 2019