The name Jaguar means “a beast that kills its prey with a single bound”. Appropriate name for the newest listing management system offered for members of RealPlus, as its compatibility with all computers, browsers, hand-helds and tablets, gives real estate professionals access to the information they need all within a single location.
Jaguar requires no downloads as it uses the latest in cloud technologies to deliver listing and closing data which is collected from numerous third parties in a highly interactive and easily accessible format. No longer will realtors be required to search multiple locations for the information they need – Jaguar can be customized to suit each individual’s tastes and requirements.
Available features include:
- User friendly interface that requires no training
- Compatibility with any system – Windows, Macs and Linux
- Apps for handhelds – iPads, iPhones, Androids, BlackBerry and others
- Ability for consumers to converse with agents
- Marketing reports (including CMAs)
- RETS feed to national websites
- Listing brochures
- Integrated open rentals
In today’s tough market, having a program which allows realtors to access data quickly and easily, thereby improving their productivity and responsiveness to their clients is worth its weight in gold. Fortunately for RealPlus members, this technology comes at no additional cost.
Eric Gordon, managing director of RealPlus said, “We are thrilled to make this program available to real estate firms across New York City. Jaguar is the most advanced program of its kind and offers many features and capabilities that will significantly improve the way brokers work with each other, their buyers, sellers and renters.”
“Jaguar was built and tested to run on PCs, Macs, and all popular browsers, including IE, Firefox, Chrome and Safari, and will offer real estate professionals a newfound ability to access information whenever they want it.” continued Gordon, “Jaguar provides greater control so that agents and firms can manage listings to best suit their needs and those of their clients,”