We often spend a lot of time explaining how arrangements take place to show homes. Showingtime is a clearinghouse all local agents use to set up showings for buyers. When we list your home, we set up ShowingTime with your instructions and give password access for you to monitor your showing activity. We can set hours for showings, give alarm instructions, set advance notice requirements. If the home is vacant, it can set up for agents to just go and show.
You receive summary reports of showings and agent feedback to you to help decide how your home is perceived by the marketplace. About 25% of agents respond with a feedback email. Remember, no feedback is feedback.
For sellers, ShowingTime is reached by phone at 817-858-0055 or sign in and follow these simple instructions.
- Go to www.showingtime.com
- Click LOGIN in the top right-hand corner of the website.
- Click the LOGIN button.
When you are buying a home we often use ShowingTime to set up your showings, receive permission to show you the home, get instructions and give your feedback opinion to the selling agent. The public cannot call ShowingTime to set up a showing. For obvious The property that will be given or pledged as collateral for a loan.... reasons, only licensed agents can use this service. Not all An agreement of which a property is marketed through a service or association composed of several agents with fees and a commission from the sale of a property shared between the selling broker and the listing broker.... agents A formal bid from the home buyer to the home seller to purchase a home.... ShowingTime for a variety of monetary and control needs but most do so.
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