We just had the pleasure of chatting with the casting producer for Beachfront Bargain Hunt on HGTV. The channel is filming its 13th season and is exploring filming an episode near one of Delaware’s beaches. This is a fun, positive show that offers great exposure!
Here’s the email the sent us:
HGTV’s hit television series, Beachfront Bargain Hunt takes viewers on a personalized journey following homebuyers (and their agents) on the hunt for their dream house all for a bargain price!
I am contacting you because we are currently casting for upcoming seasons. We are looking for young buyers actively on the search for waterfront, water view, or water access properties under $375k. We will also consider buyers who have closed on their homes in the past 6 months. Homebuyers and their agent will be featured in one half hour episode.
Please pass this along to any agents or homebuyers who you think may be interested. Compensation will be provided for any network-approved stories. I’m looking forward to speaking with you and answering any additional questions you may have.
Today we’re looking at how you would go about policing a listing in the MLS. When you’re searching in the MLS, and arrive at the detail page, click on the yellow exclamation point icon. This will take you to a page where you can briefly, courteously share what you believe the issue is. Once you submit, this info goes to the broker, the listing agent, and SCAOR® compliance team. It’s good to know that this information is completely anonymous which helps reinforce data integrity and keeps accurate information for both our membership and the consumers. So that’s how you police a listing, and that’s today’s tech tip Tuesday.
This is your ultra-fast, easy dose of the latest tech that can help your life as a REALTOR®. Whether it’s using the MLS, Mobile Apps, or surfing around, we’ll give you the tools you need each Tuesday. Tech Tip Tuesday #004 – *NEW* Agent Remarks in DelMLS App
Ever wish you could just do a visual search in the MLS? Well, now it’s easy. Using the DelMLS App (available on the Apple App Store or Google Play for free) you can draw the exact shape of the geographical region you’d like to search.
Today, we are excited and proud to announce the all new DelMLS app. This app was designed to be used by both real estate professionals and future home buyers in Sussex County, Delaware and surrounding areas. App features included are: • Agents see their branding on login and can easily share and communicate with clients in the app! • Interactive map searching. Using the GPS location based technology in the Android platform you can easily find listings located around you or search by entering a specific location. • View properties on maps, including satellite view. • Search using all of the criteria you are used to, including price range, beds, baths, etc. • Easily see all property details including multiple photos, price, property details and descriptions. • Find your way to the front door with ease with turn by turn direction capabilities. • Save properties for easy review later, or share them via text, email, Facebook or Twitter. Download today on the iTunes App Store or Google Play!