The Speed Bar accepts two types of input:
Speed Bar Shorthand Examples:
Combining Shorthand Codes – Examples:
Field Examples: Status: A, X, L, P, C, W, K Type: RES, COM, COML, LOT, FARM Price (in Thousands): You must use a ‘$’ before the dollar amount.
Beds: You may add a space and “beds” or “bd” after the number, but are not required to do so.
Full Baths: You may add a space and “baths” or “ba” after the number, but are not required to do so.
Zip Code: Enter a 5 digit Zip Code
Approx Square Feet: You must add “sqft” or “sf” after the number.
Approx Acres: You must add “ac” or “acres” after the number; but it does not matter which shorthand code you use.
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!
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.
As they do every year, a contingent from the Sussex County Association of Realtors (SCAOR) spent several days recently with thousands of their colleagues from throughout the country at the annual convention of the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
SCAOR 2015 President Fred Dean, along with past presidents Brad Riedle, Bob McVey and Bruce Plummer, incoming president Frank Serio, incoming president-elect Brigit Taylor and Chief Executive Officer Ruth Briggs King were in San Diego from Nov. 13-16, attending educational seminars on issues of importance to the nation’s real estate community.
“Realtors are known for their efforts in advancing real estate policies and strengthening local communities, and that work ripples out in ways that have a broader impact, says Dean. “The conference was another opportunity for me and other Realtors to reflect on the successes we shared this year and strategize to further build on those efforts in 2016. “That means redoubling the efforts to keep real estate matters at the front of the political agenda and solving issues that are holding back a full restoration of the nation’s real estate markets.”
Every November, Realtors from across the United States come together for the annual four-day conference and expo. The gathering includes more than 100 educational sessions, most led by speakers who are experts in their respective fields.
There are also hundreds of vendors on hand, presenting tools for Realtors, as well as networking opportunities and special events. This year’s theme was “Be Here. It’s Your Time to Shine,” meant to build on the momentum established in recent years of recovery and growth nationwide. Among the panelists and speakers at the 2015 convention were NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun, Federal Housing Administration Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary Ed Golding, Charlie Cook, political analyst and publisher of the “Cook Political Report,” Jonathan Corr, president and CEO of Ellie Mae and Jim Costello, senior vice president of Real Capital Analytics.
There were also senior staff members on hand from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Federal Aviation Administration and Moody’s Analytics.
Approximately 20,000 Realtors and guests attended the 2015 convention. The Sussex County Association of Realtors was chartered in 1949 and has steadily grown in size, scope and mission during its more than six decades in Sussex County. It is a professional trade association with goals of carrying out a program of education and advocacy for real estate in the county.
SCAOR is a resource for the public, as well as a recognized advocate for property rights and property owners in Sussex County. The association also monitors legislative issues on the local, state and national levels that may impact home ownership in the area.
Are you planning on registering for December 4th’s Annual Installation of officers?
Well, now’s the time.
If you register before November 25th, you’ll be registered to win a *FREE* Weekend Getaway at the all-new Bethany Marriott, where the installation is being held. So, what are you waiting for? Go ahead and register now!
Want to experience New York City during the beauty & wonder of the Christmas season? Love the idea of experiencing all the sites, shows, and shopping of the Big Apple, but hate dealing with the stress & hassle of all that traffic and driving?
Go shopping, see the sites, or just take in a show, and leave the driving to us. Enjoy a fun, relaxing day-trip to NYC aboard one of the nicest buses you’ve seen. We’ll be leaving from SCAOR at 6:30 AM on Thursday, December 10th, for a refreshing, self-guided trip to NYC. There’ll be stops at Radio City Music hall & 45th St. We’ll return to SCAOR at 10PM the same day. Tickets will go fast, so be sure click here to grab yours today!
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