Arriving in REsearch today, three small changes that add up to be big time savers.
CMAs and MLS Summary Format
When you begin to create a Comparative Market Analysis with the REsearch CMA feature, the “Summary” format will now be automatically selected.
This will add summary reports to the CMA that will compile and calculate the data in each individual section, such as “Comparable Listings for Sale” or “Comparable Listings with Contingent Sales,” for you.
We’ve found most CMAs include these sections, so we’re saving you a step by selecting “Summary” in advance. If you’d rather not include these sections, you can uncheck “Summary” under “Format.”
Create a Client Portal with a Prospect
When setting up a new Prospect search for a Contact, you can now save the search and add it to the Client Portal for that Contact at the same time. By clicking “Save Search and Send to Client Portal,” you can automatically achieve in one click what used to take several steps!
Contact Us with Just a Click
We love to hear from you! While you can still access a “Contact HIS” button as part of the menu that appears when you click your REsearch profile, we’ve added an envelope icon in the top right corner of REsearch where you can get in touch even more quickly!
Clicking this envelope icon will instantly display a list of our most commonly used email addresses, making it incredibly easy to reach our various departments.
And by clicking on one of the addresses in this list, you’ll be presented with a form to compose and send a message, all within REsearch!
The real estate market continues to move forward, as does our work to support you in your business. Stay tuned for more enhancements and improvements coming to REsearch!
This is the schedule of online training classes for the month of July. Even if you’ve participated in a session before, it’s often a good idea to get a refresher. Our live trainers can answer your questions and help you get the most out of REsearch. Descriptions of each HIS webinar can be found here.
To sign up immediately, simply click on the links below. If you are going to attend online classes as a group, only one person needs to sign up. We recommend registering for classes even if you cannot attend live, as many are recorded and made available the next day.
July 6-10, 2020
July 13-17, 2020
July 20-24, 2020
Remember, after you have participated, please make sure to fill out the survey or e-mail us your feedback so we can continue to improve upon our training efforts!
System requirements for online classes:
- PC-based attendees – Required: Microsoft Windows® Vista or newer
- Macintosh®-based attendees – Required: Mac OS® X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) or newer
- Mobile attendees – Required: Apple iOS 10 or newer, Google Android 4.4 or newer
System requirements apply only to the GoToMeeting webinar service, not to the REsearch system.
Questions? Comments? Please feel free to contact us via email@example.com or call (808) 599-4224 or (800) 628-3121.
We would like to remind our members and customers that credit card payments due for July 2020 will be processed on Wednesday, July 1, 2020.
Please make sure that your billing and payment information is up to date. If you need to make changes to your billing and payment information (such as to your credit card number or expiration date) please submit the below Billing/Payment Change Request Form as soon as possible:
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If you would like to confirm your current billing or credit card information, please contact our billing department at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by calling (800) 628-3121, extension 3 from the neighbor islands, or (808) 599-4224 extension 3 from Oahu.
The July billing is our biggest billing period of the year, so we anticipate experiencing higher than average call and email volume over the next two weeks. We appreciate your understanding for any delays in reaching us or receiving a response to your inquiry.
The Hawaii Information Service office will be closed on Thursday, June 11, 2020 in observance of King Kamehameha Day. Normal office hours will resume on Friday, June 12.
If you need help using REsearch that day, we encourage you to search our Knowledge Base or check out our library of YouTube videos.
If you are unable to access the system due to an outage, please call our system emergency line at (808) 599-4224 or (800) 628-3121 from the neighbor islands, and press * (star). Our phone system will notify our on-call staff, and someone will return your call as soon as possible.
All of us at Hawaii Information Service would like to wish you and your ‘ohana a good holiday.
Our next observed holiday will be Independence Day on Friday, July 3, 2020.