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Get to Know Your MLS Platinum Tools

It’s Quick and Easy Explore our video library and learn how easy it is to set up and take advantage of MLS Platinum’s powerful features. These short videos provide an overview and set up instruction for applications included in your MLS Platinum subscription. HAR also offers no-cost, CE approved training courses where you will learn how to deploy MLS Platinum tools and grow your real estate business. Visit www.har.com/platinum to
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HAR Launches MLS Platinum Product Suite Upgrade

We are thrilled to announce the launch of a new product suite upgrade with Cloud CMA and Open House Registry App. The MLS Platinum upgrade includes Cloud CMA to create stunning real estate Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) reports in minutes and the new Open House Registry App which allow agents to efficiently track open house activity using a mobile device. By providing these new tools exclusively to MLS Platinum subscribers
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Tempo and Fusion Are Retiring This Fall… Are You Ready?

Fusion and Tempo, are both scheduled for retirement this fall. Fusion on October 3 and Tempo on November 14, 2017. Tempo has been HAR’s primary MLS system for the past 15 years, a very long time in terms of technology and software. HAR’s system vendor, Corelogic, is discontinuing both Tempo and Fusion and has already moved more than 600,000 agents across North America to Matrix. HAR is the last account
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Houston Home Prices and Sales Volume Set Records in June

Housing inventory reaches highest level in nearly five years Temperatures weren’t the only thing soaring in June, as home prices and sales volume reached new heights, keeping 2017 on track to be a record year for Houston real estate. The greatest sales gains took place among homes priced from $750,000 and above (categorized as the luxury market), followed by homes in the $150,000 to $249,999 range. June was the eighth
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New Records Set and Setting the Record Straight

New all-time records were set in June for both median and average sales price in the greater Houston real estate market. The number of transactions closed was also the largest in the history of the MLS. The pending sales figure was up 18.9 percent, so that suggested that July sales will keep up the pace. The luxury end of the market (defined as $750,000 and up) had its eighth consecutive