As you may have noticed, the NorthstarMLS "Share My Listings Widget" is no longer able to post your listings to your Facebook business page because of recent changes made by Facebook. The Widget is an older program given to us years ago by another MLS and is no longer supported. It will continue to work for sharing your listings to other social media (such as Twitter). Until we can find an alternative, we have other ways available for you to share your listings on Facebook.
Click the "My Matrix" tab and select "My Listings."
From the display drop-down, select "All Active and Coming Soon Listings."
Click the checkbox next to the listing you want to share.
Click the "Share" button. Copy the link from the pop-up window.
Paste the link into your Facebook business page.
Homesnap mobile app: Tap the "Me" icon on the bottom right, then select "My Listings." Tap the listing you want to share, then select "Share This Listing." Select "Facebook" and follow the prompts.
Homespotter mobile app: Select "My Listings" from the main menu. Tap to open the listing you want to share. Tap the Share icon on the bottom left of the screen. Select "Facebook" and follow the prompts.
Check out this important article about how Broker Public Portal with Homesnap continues to deliver a better alternative for consumers than third party advertising portals. Our own NorthstarMLS CEO John Mosey is quoted.
As a real estate professional, you how important it is to keep your prospecting pipeline full and to have the right tools to create effective campaigns. We recently showed you how to print mailing labels for a campaign from a public records and listing search with Matrix 360.
With RPR’s new mailing labels feature (one of the most frequently requested features), you now have another simple way to market a new listing, just sold properties, or to promote your brand.
Watch the recorded webinar below for a walk through on how to use RPR to generate mailing labels to your targeted market.
NorthstarMLS has released some additional options for existing data fields, and several new fields. These changes are detailed below. These are all improvements and accommodations for continued expansion of our coverage area. These changes are available now in our Add/Edit system and will show on the Single Family Residential input forms (in Instanet Transaction Desk) later today, with the other property types to follow next week.
Power Company: This is a new, optional field where you can select the power company that provides service to the property. This is particularly important in greater Minnesota where there are multiple options that can affect the costs for the owner. If you need to select a Power Company that is not in the list, select "Other" and notify our Help Desk of the missing Power Company at email@example.com.
Association Fee Includes: Added Recreation Facility and Taxes.
Accessible: Added Reduced Height Cabinets
Air Conditioning: Added Whole House Fan
Exterior: Added Cedar, Steel Siding and Aluminum Siding
Basement: Added Brick/Mortar and Raised
Parking Characteristics: Added Paved Lot, Gravel Lot, Off Site, RV Access/Parking, Electric, Storage and Floor Drain.
Sewer: Added Outhouse
Water: Added Lake Water
Amenities-Unit: Added Boat Slip and Satellite Dish
Fencing: Added Composite and Vinyl
Fireplace Characteristics: Added Electric Log
Roof: Added Composition
Drainage (Lots & Land, and Farms): A new, optional field to describe the land drainage (Average, Good, Excellent, Natural Type, Surface, Tile)
Surface Water (Lots & Land, and Farms): A new, optional field to describe bodies of water contained in the land (Lake, Marsh, Pond, Spring, Stream/Creek, Wetlands)
Forest Reserve Acres (Farms): new, optional field
Land Agreements (Farms): new, optional field
Commercial/Mixed Use Only
Current Use: Added Resort and Storage Facility
CMU Style: Split Industrial and Warehouse into two separate options
Floors: new, optional field to describe the types of floors
Location: new, optional field (Downtown, Free Standing, Industrial Park, Shopping Center, Strip Center, Other)
Miscellaneous: Added the options of Alarms and Auto Bay
Walls: new, optional field to describe the types of walls
In a recent Matrix 360 video tip, we showed you how the Parcel Map tab right within the full property display in Matrix 360 works. You can also use the new Flood Map tab to show your client precisely where the property is, relative to flood zones, as well as other FEMA Flood Zone data.
Our quick video below shows you how it works. Give it a view!
We recently showed you how to print mailing labels from a public records search directly within Matrix 360. Today, we show you how you can also get mailing labels for your MLS listings search results. (Or maybe you want an easier way to view the public tax records for your listing search results.) Our quick 90-second video below shows you how. Give it a view!