Did you know: Easy Seller Sign-off of Listing Data in FlexMLS

A quick and easy tool to help you capture the characteristics of a property you are about to list… and to protect yourself, is to use a blank input form when touring the property for sale – and have the seller sign it when complete.  It’s a great conversation starter about the facts of the home, allows you to look like a pro, and ensures you are sharing the seller’s property representations accurately.

The one minute version:  Simply go to FlexMLS, Daily Functions, then Input forms.  There you can select how detailed do you want the form to print, add your logo, change the disclosure text if needed.  When you’re done, hit print and you have a handy check off sheet that follows the input screens in the MLS, and allows your seller to review your selections and sign off on the marketing/disclosures about the property before you enter it into the MLS system. Here is a sample listing sheet Residential Input (but you should re-print every time, as it is dynamically generated and updated each time a field in our system is changed or modified!)

Want to raise the bar even higher in 3 minutes or less?  Before your listing appointment, add a new listing by entering the property address and letting the tax records auto-populate.  Save the listing as incomplete.  Looking at the incomplete listing, you have the option to print or email … select print input form (sown below) and your form will have all of the tax and assessor’s data already completed.

For a blank form:

listingformFor a form from a from an incomplete listing:

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Example of form with tax records competed: