- IRESis Essentials for New Users - Oct 14, 2015Get a great overview of IRESis and additional resources that are available. Learn how to search, view, print and email listings, set your Preferences and more!
- Refine Comp Searches & Reports Featuring Cloud CMA - Oct 15, 2015Pick up search tips to refine your results. Discover CMA reports in IRESis and Cloud CMA.
- Mobile Solutions for IRESis - Oct 16, 2015Learn about the tablet version of IRESis, including the ability to search, view, and edit listings, saved searches and map a shape. Realist Lite, Contracts, Cloud CMA and additional realtor.com and RPR mobile tools are also featured.
- Webinar: Green Listings in IRESis - Oct 19, 2015Learn what certifications need to be uploaded to your listing when indicating that a home includes various Green Features.
- Automate Client Searches with Email & Mysite - Oct 20, 2015Everything you ever wanted to know about Prospects, including how to save a search, so it will automatically email new matches to your clients (and copy you). Also, how to set up MySite, the system-generated website for your client to view and rate prospect results.
- IRESis Essentials for New Users - Oct 23, 2015Get a great overview of IRESis and additional resources that are available. Learn how to search, view, print and email listings, set your Preferences and more!
- Research Public Records, Mortgages & Foreclosures - Oct 27, 2015How to use Realist.com, the public records provider for IRESis. Includes how to search for, view and print Public records, perform Comparable and Neighbor searches, create labels, and change your Preferences.
- Market Trends for NoCo & Beyond - Oct 28, 2015Now create listing statistics for an accurate picture. Overview of IRES Statistical reports, including Sales Stats, NAR Stats, IRES Stats, customized reports and more.
- IRESis Essentials for New Users - Oct 14, 2015
Category Archives: Gov’t Affairs
Robb Casseday, one of Greeley’s two at-large City Councilors, will run for a second term. He was appointed in February 2011 to finish Maria Seacrest’s term. He won the seat again in November 2011 so he is eligible for another … Continue reading
Loveland’s Current Planning Department has two major tasks remaining for 2015. The first is to define and create a permitting process for temporary uses such as fruit stands or Christmas tree lots. Believe it or not the zoning code currently … Continue reading
Bob Paulsen, Loveland’s Current Planning Manager, says the City has made changes to its development review systems following the economic downturn. The City is making its system more user-friendly by implementing an electronic submittal system, saving customers time and money. … Continue reading
The City Council passed an ordinance to appropriate a total of $35,800 from General Fund balance to pay for additional professional and consulting services necessary to complete the Capital Expansion Fee (CEF) Plan Based Study. Loveland charges CEFs, otherwise known … Continue reading
Currently five percent of the City’s housing is devoted to publicly assisted affordable housing. Fort Collins calculates a home is affordable for owners who pay less than 38 percent of their gross income. For renters, affordability is defined as paying … Continue reading
On July 28 the Board of Trustees discussed a few clarifications to the Town’s 2014 Water Master Plan and conflicting language in the Town’s development code. Developers needed clarification on raw water requirements for different types of common areas, including … Continue reading
According to Kathy Fedler, Longmont’s Housing and Community Investment Manager, several public and private sector home builders were successful in submitting and receiving HUD Community Development Block Grant Disaster Relief (CDBG-DR) funding directly from the State to build affordable housing … Continue reading
The Boulder City Council decided it was too late to put an occupational privilege (employee tax) on the November ballot. Mayor Matt Appelbaum instigated the proposal. The tax, at a rate of somewhere between $2 and $5 per month, would … Continue reading
On June 17 the Governor of Texas signed House Bill No. 1455, which amends the Texas Uniform Condominium Act. The bill requires condominium associations to fulfill certain preconditions prior to initiating a construction defect or design lawsuit. At its core, … Continue reading
A Call to Action was launched on July 13 asking members to urge their members of Congress to support H.R. 9 – The Innovation Act. This legislation would close loopholes in the legal system that currently allow Patent Trolls to … Continue reading