Realtors are largely happy with the technology their brokers and multiple listing services provide, but they want more of it, according to an annual survey by the National Association of Realtors. The survey, by NAR's Center for Realtor Technology, found that nearly 1 in 4 respondents (24 percent) said they considered their MLS system an "exceptional" value for the price they paid, and about half (48 percent) considered it a "reasonable" value. Ten percent said there was "not enough" value, and 4 percent said its value was "poor." The rest were neutral. Nearly two-thirds of respondents, 62 percent, said they would like their MLS to expand the technology and services it offers. They suggested better mobile capabilities and apps; improved comparative market analysis (CMA) software; m...
Jun 24, 2014 by Inman