On March 13, 2019, the Denver Business Journal’s Andrew Dodson published “Denver real estate agents ‘way behind’ on lockbox technology, but industry leaders hope to change that”. This article speaks from the Denver Metro Association of Realtors (DMAR) perspective but applies to the Front Range market, as well.
Earlier this month, both IRES MLS and DMAR announced the signing of a SentriLock Reciprocal Agreement which allows brokers across the Front Range to seamlessly access secure lockboxes and better serve their clients. Both organizations are also in a Reciprocal Agreement with Pikes Peak MLS providing an even broader footprint of coverage.
IRES MLS is also excited to offer our brokers the “Get Smart with SentriSmart®” event in May.
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Reprinted with permission from Denver Business Journal.
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Really what realtor has money in this monoplySent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone
Allen: The good news is that you can get a free lockbox, card and training simply by attending one of the events – a $100 value! In addition, the training has been approved for 1 hour of CE, so that’s another bonus. And 2019 Sentrilock monthly fees have been waived for IRES subscribers, so there is no money out of pocket to learn more about electronic lockboxes.
If interested in purchasing new Bluetooth boxes, IRES is offering a 50% discount for a limited time, up to 3 per person. We truly believe you will be impressed with the new Bluetooth technology and convenience of using the SentriSmart (free) app. Lockboxes have come a long way to improve safety and security for you and your clients.