Matrix MLS is Coming Soon

HAR is excited to announce the launch of Matrix MLS, the system scheduled to replace both Tempo and Fusion later this year.  Matrix is a desktop- and mobile-friendly platform compatible with all major browsers and known for its speed, ease of use and robust functionality. The Matrix platform was acquired by HAR’s vendor, CoreLogic, in 2012, and has become one of the fastest growing MLS platforms. It now supports over

Integrated Digital Signature, Electronic Forms and Transaction Management

In addition to bringing together the best features of Tempo and Fusion into a unified MLS platform, HAR has also contracted to provide all MLS subscribers with free digital signature, electronic forms and transaction management solutions.  MLS subscribers have a choice to use either Transaction Desk or DotLoop for these services. Both systems fully integrate with Matrix, capable of auto-populating MLS listing data into electronic forms and contracts directly from

Supra Lockbox Exchange – Make Your Appointment

Mark your calendar for the week of November 14 – 18 when HAR and Supra bring new and improved lockboxes to town.  The new iBox BT LE features a longer battery life, larger key container and supports Bluetooth® technology so smart phone eKEY users will no longer need a FOB to access lockboxes. Exchange them while it’s free… Throughout the week, all existing boxes registered in the HAR system are

Thanks to the 2014 MLS Advisory Group…

The Houston Association of REALTORS® would like to thank the volunteer leaders who served on the 2014 MLS Advisory Group.  These committed professionals have graciously given their time and expertise to help make the Houston area real estate industry a more efficient and cooperative environment.  This group reviews and designs MLS policies to meet changing market conditions and best serve our members’ needs.  In addition to policy making decisions, the

“Coming Soon” to a Complaint Near You!

There has been a proliferation of the use of “coming soon” or “pocket” listings over the past year. While there may be legitimate reasons for the use of this marketing method, license holders should be aware that selling property using this method, under certain circumstances, may result in a complaint with the Commission and finding that the license holder has violated TREC laws and rules. Some common characteristics of this