In other words, the app used to open lockboxes will now also show real-time advanced property info and details about the neighborhood, making buyer agents more productive and showings more effective. #ImprovingSales
In a press release, it is driven home that this creates a “unique advantage for members of NAR,” and we would agree, given that non-members don’t have access to this specific suite of tools. It is also notable that RPR also recently announced zipLogix and DocuSign integrations.
Speeding up your access
NAR President Tom Salomone said of RPR integrating with SentriLock, “This integration will allow Realtors® to present their clients with on-the-spot RPR data and reports about specific properties and neighborhoods,” asserting that “Realtors® are the most trusted resource for local market real estate information and with this new integration they will also be the fastest source for property information.”
And there’s the real takeaway – speed of access to information. It may seem like a minor differentiator, but this means that many showing agents will be able to avoid the fumbling and bumbling when asked questions while on tour, subtly reiterating their value.
Dale Ross, CEO of RPR echoed Salomone’s sentiments, stating, “The recent integration between RPR and SentriLock is designed to provide members utilizing the SentriSmart mobile app with instant access to high-value property data and reports from RPR. Both companies understand the speed and efficiency that agents and brokers expect in today’s business environment. By making property information easier for agents to access and deliver to their clients and customers, consumers will receive tremendous benefit in the form of real-time, high-value property information.”
SentriLock is a wholly owned subsidiary of NAR and has nearly one million lockboxes in use across the nation.