When it comes to marketing your listing for sale, there are a lot of logistics and steps that need to take place in order to ensure success.
One of those steps includes gaining exposure for your listing so that you can sell it quickly.
To help you out with this, SFAR RealTimeMLS has a feature to help you do just that: Listing Push.
What is the Listing Push feature on RealTimeMLS?
RealTimeMLS was created with SFAR members in mind.
With RealTimeMLS, SFAR members can quickly upload their listings to improve the flow, functionality, and communication of the San Francisco pre-market.
When you create a listing on the platform, there is a special feature called Listing Push that allows you to push your listings from the platform directly into SFARMLS.
Why you should use the Listing Push feature
Once you fill out all the information on the form in RealTimeMLS, you can choose to push that information to SFARMLS. By choosing to do so, the information that you filled out on the platform will transfer into SFARMLS as an incomplete listing, giving you a head start on completing that listing form on the MLS site and giving your listing more exposure.
The Benefits of Listing Push
There are major benefits for REALTORS® when they post a listing to RealTimeMLS and then choose to push the listing to SFARMLS:
It’s easy: The form on the RealTimeMLS site is much simpler than what is required on the SFARMLS site.
It’s fast: A simpler form means that you can get exposure for your listings more quickly.
It’s exclusive: You have the ability to create a pre-market listing that is visible only to SFAR members and their affiliates.
It saves you time: This allows you to spend more time selling the home, rather than taking time to go through the paperwork.
Bringing more exposure to your listings just got a whole lot easier with Listing Push. Get started by posting a listing now.
Rachel Wong is a Digital Content Co-op student at RESAAS. She loves coffee and beer, writing and talking, and has been the same height for pretty much ever. Check out her RESAAS profile ›