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14 Jun

Progress Update: One Front Range MLS

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We are pleased to share an update from the group representing the nine shareholder/participating associations from REcolorado and IRES, as well as the chair of the Pikes Peak Association of REALTORS, who are leading the efforts to form One MLS for the Front Range.

MLS UPDATE DATED 6/13/2017

The move towards a possible MLS merger and ONE MLS for Front Range made significant progress during June — and the month is only half over!

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09 Jun

A New Version of Matrix is Here!

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We’ve upgraded to a new version of Matrix! When you log in to access the MLS, a standard terms and conditions box will appear, which is required because of the addition of Google Maps and other exciting new technology. Please read through this section and accept the terms to access the new version of the MLS.

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07 Jun

Increase in Inventory Across Denver Metro Keeps Home Sales Strong

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GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO – June 7, 2017 – The latest data from REcolorado, the provider of REcolorado.com, a free home search site for Colorado home buyers, sellers, and renters, shows consumers kept the Denver area real estate market active in May, with month-over-month gains across major market indicators. Click the image below to view the infographic for May:

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07 Jun

Hey, You. Yes, You! Check Out These 3 New Residential Input Fields

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Based on your feedback, we’ve added three new fields to the Site tab on Residential Detached/ Farm & Ranch, and Residential Attached listing input. 

Access Maintained By to indicate if the property’s road access is maintained by the city, county, etc.

Electricity to indicate if electrical service is available on the property. 

Electricity Service to indicate what type of electrical service is available on the property. 

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07 Jun

5 Ways to Successfully Market Your Rental Property

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By MyRentalTM - Now available in REcolorado Marketplace

Let’s face it. It’s stressful when your rental property sits empty. Each month that unit is unoccupied it costs you money. Because finding new tenants for your rental property isn’t always easy, here are a few steps you can take to increase your chances of finding quality tenants quickly.

1. Prep your property for primetime.

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