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Some CRMLS listing photos are not currently appearing in Zillow. CRMLS Customer Care is aware of the issue and working to resolve ASAP. Thank you for your patience and continued support! Association Resource California Regional MLS 15325 Fairfield Ranch Road, Suite 200 Chino Hills, CA 91709 crmls.org T 800.925.1525 ext. 2059 E email@example.com
Just to recap, January is a busy month for paying both Annual Membership Fees and MLS Fees. On THE FIST DAY of every year, your Association Membership Fees are due. This year, we are giving members 30 days to pay those fees. A GAOR Late Fee of $35 will be assessed beginning February 1st A C.A.R. Late Fee of $30 will be assessed beginning March 1st In THE FIRST MONTH of every year, the first of FOUR MLS quarterly installments is also due. This year the first installment is due January 11th. GAOR iTech/CRMLS Late Fees Will Be Assessed Beginning January 12th Learn More About Fees Here Pay My Fees
The ability to pay your first quarterly MLS fees online is now open. You are just one click away. Don't Be Late. Late Fees of $35 Will Be Assessed Beginning January 12th! Online payments are not accepted after January 11th. You will be required to submit a credit card authorization form. Avoid the fee and the hassle. Can't pay online? Learn all the methods for Paying Your MLS Fees.
Now accepting payments for your GAOR, NAR, & C.A.R. annual membership. Membership Renewal is Due By December 31st. A $35 GAOR Late Fee Will Apply Beginning February 1st! An Additional $30 C.A.R. Late Fee Will Apply Beginning March 1st! Pay Online Now. Don't Be Late. Avoid the Late Fees! To pay, go to your member center and in the left-hand column, click on the following... Your Annual Board Dues Online - Due 12/31/20 Can't pay online? Learn all the methods for paying your MLS fees.
On November 2nd iTech added four new options to our Special Conditions field. This field defines the Type of Sale such as Standard or Probate. The four new options are: Conservatorship HUD Owned Third Party Approval Trust This field allows multiple selections so an agent could select Trust and Third Party Approval for the same property. These values have been available in CRMLS’s listings but we weren’t able to display them. Rapattoni is updating listings that have one or more of these values for all our Active, Active Under Contract, Pending, Hold, and Withdrawn data share listings.
GAOR Joins CRMLS and will continue offering i-Tech MLS, CRMLS/Matrix, and CLAW GAOR is pleased to announce that we are joining the California Regional Multiple Listing Service (CRMLS) and at the same time we will continue offering our members the same i-Tech MLS experience that you have come to know from past years. Our new partnership will help preserve the preferences of those of our members to want to maintain their real estate business on i-Tech. This effort comes thanks to new technology innovation from GAOR’s MLS partners, both CRMLS and Rapattoni Corporation, which supplies the software tools that provide i-Tech to our members. Real estate professional members of GAOR will continue to use their familiar Rapattoni i-Tech MLS system, with more access to CRMLS’s best-in-class products, services, training, and support — coming soon. CRMLS anticipates no disruption to technical services for GAOR members at present. “We are pleased to...Continue reading
Following is an MLS update from our MLS Systems Administrator Rick Stever. OCTOBER 5, 2020 Original List Prices The issue is that CRMLS’s record for some PFAR and VC listings shows an Original List Price as blank. When we transfer the CRMLS copy into i-Tech, the field will show a $0.00 value. We have identified both pre and post-8/28/20 entered PFAR and VC listings with this issue and have reported them to CRMLS this morning. This should be a minor issue since it involves the data in the Original List Price field. This is used in Comparative Market Analysis reports as well as displayed in Listing Summary/Detail reports. I don’t believe there are a lot of our members with product monthly reports — but there are some. Some Photo Links Are Broken There also seems to be an issue with some broken photo links for PFAR and VC listings. We...
Rapattoni will perform system maintenance Tuesday night, 9/22/2020, beginning at 8:30 p.m. Pacific Time and lasting approximately four hours. Please be aware that the MLS may be unavailable during some or all of this time. Destyn Dagle Director of MLS Software Rapattoni Corporation
The ability to pay you last quarterly MLS fees online is now open. You are just one click away. Don't Be Late. Avoid the $35 Late Fee! Can't pay online? Learn all the methods for paying your MLS fees.
Dear GAOR members, A fix has been put in place to address the disconnect iTECH had with Cloud CMA! If you happened to have implemented the recommended workaround for using CLOUD CMA, here are instructions for reverting those profile setting changes. CLOUD CMA This process is ONLY for agents that implemented the temporary workaround: Go directly to CloudCMA by entering www.CloudCMA.com Click on the login button in the upper right of the screen. Enter your email address and MLS password. Once logged in, click on the round circle in the upper right corner of the CloudCMA drop-down line. From the drop-down menu, select “Account Settings”. Select “MLS Credentials” from the list of Account Settings options. Make certain the MLS Provider is set to “ITECH MLS – Glendale AOR” Remove the “ITC-” from your MLS ID if it appears under MLS User ID. Enter your MLS password. Click on Update MLS...Continue reading
Does i-Tech MLS share ‘Coming Soon’ listings with any neighboring MLSs?For now, ‘Coming Soon’ listings are shared with CRMLS. It may be shared with other MLSs in the future. Contact GAOR for details What is the Coming Soon status?The i-Tech ‘Coming Soon’ status is defined as a property that is under a valid listing agreement but may not be shown to the public. What is the status color for Coming Soon listings?The status name and pin color on maps is a yellow-gold. What is unique about the Coming Soon status?A listing in the ‘Coming Soon’ status satisfies the requirement of NAR’s Clear Cooperation policy, MLS Rule 8.0. A listing broker may advertise and/or market a listing in the ‘Coming Soon’ status, but the property may not be shown to the public. Are there any requirements for marketing or advertising a ‘Coming Soon’ property?Yes. Marketing and Advertising of a property in the...Continue reading
One Thing Every Listing Agent MUST DO To Ensure CRMLS Users Have Access To Your iTech Contact Information With CRMLS, we have created a workaround to ensure that our agent’s profile information is transferring to, displaying in, and ultimately printing from CRMLS. In short, here is what YOU need to do to ensure your contact information appears with your MLS listings in CRMLS. Below are screenshots as a visual aid. Type in your contact information into each of your listings. Complete the Contact Order/Contact Phone 1 thru 6 fields, in part or in whole. These fields can contain an email address in addition to phone numbers. This is an example of how your contact information will appear in CRMLS if you DO NOT add contact information in the Contact Order/Phone fields. The only phone number will be your office’s primary phone. This is an example of how contact information appears in CRMLS...Continue reading
The Glendale Association of REALTORS® adheres to the C.A.R. guidelines (Log In Required) for showing properties using social distancing methods. In short, NO Open Houses are allowed under COVID-19. Your office must have a policy that complies with CDC and CAL-OSHA guidelines, if your office doesn’t have one, then I suggest adopting the California Association of REALTORS® BPPP guidelines. Specifically: Sellers Providing Declarations Arranging showings Viewing the Property Provision of Sanitation Products and Protocols Cleaning and Disinfecting the Property Visitors Agreeing to “Posted Rules for Entry”