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Twelve Days of Tips and Tricks (Day 10)

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On the first day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, a mobile search in Kurio.

On the second day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, two ways of searching.

On the third day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, three links to Realist.

On the fourth day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, four sites worth viewing.

On the fifth day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, five social sites.

On the sixth day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, six time savers.

On the seventh day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, seven tips for photos.

On the eighth day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, tools worth knowing.

On the ninth day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, nine e-mail templates.

On the tenth day of tips and tricks my MLS gave to me, ten listing statuses.

Did you know that there are 10 different ways to classify a listing in the MLXchange? It’s true. Using the right status is critical to the success of your listing within our system.

Take a look at the statuses and what each one of them means and when it is appropriate to use them.

New: For the first seven days of a listings life – changes to ACTive on midnight of the seventh day

Active: Available/on market listing

Arent: Available rental/on market

Exp: Listing contract has lapsed.

With: Withdrawn from market/still under contractual obligations.

Temp: Temporarily off market/unavailable to show

Show: Under contract continue to show/unresolved contingencies

Depos: Under deposit/all contingencies have been met. Unavailable to show.

Close: Property has sold

Cancl: Listing agreement has been terminated by mutual consent

BONUS: There are also two other additional listing statuses for Connecticut rentals.

Drent: Rental listing on deposit

Crent: Property has been rented.

Are you using these listing statuses in the correct way they were meant to be used? If not, we hope this handy chart will be of help to you. Keep in mind that if you ever need to get a definition for one of these statuses and you can’t find this post, just simply type into the search box to the right, “Listing Statuses” and you’ll be able to get a refresher.

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