Welcome to the SCAOR September REALTOR® membership report!
- Year to date, we have 214 new members, with 25 being added in September.
|9/13/17||Joan M Hynes|
|9/14/17||Robert McVey III|
|9/20/17||Mary Ann Benyo|
|9/27/17||Donna M Hardy|
|9/28/17||Christine H Grace|
If you were at the General Membership meeting, then you know that we covered a *lot* of valuable information for the coming months. Feel free to review any of the presentations:
- SCAOR Staff Update – The SCAOR Staff each gave updates on their respective areas. Click here to view the slide deck from that presentation.
- Bright MLS – We were honored to have Robert Andress share the upcoming Bright MLS changes. As well as announce the training dates to the membership.
- DAR Legislative Update – Maria Evans from DAR Shared a legislative update with us.
- RPAC Update – Liz Demorest & Lauren Facemire from NAR attended and shared a lot of valuable RPAC information for our members.
- Congratulations to John Bohne for winning free SCAOR Dues for 2108, and to Bruce Plummer for winning a free facility rental on SCAOR.
We’ve just confirmed the following dates at SCAOR for Bright MLS training (with more possibly happening). Stay tuned for a future email to register!
- Friday, Nov 17
- Monday, Nov 27
- Wednesday, Nov 29
- Monday, Dec 4
- Monday, Dec 11
- Wednesday, Dec 20
Today, we go over some of the new features in Matrix’s client portal.
Today’s Tech Tip Tuesday, we’ll be talking about how to collect feedback from your clients using Google Forms for free. Click here to try it out!
When you’re working with a large list of people, and want to get their feedback on something…It’s sometimes useful to create an online form for them to share their thoughts. That way, you can get a feel for the collective opinions of others without talking to each of them. You can also use Google Forms to register people for events.
So, let’s make a form and get a better idea of how this works! First, if you don’t already have a Google account, you’ll need to sign up for one. The process is super-easy. Then, you head to forms.google.com, and click on the plus sign.
There’s a few things to notice on this new page. First, the two tabs at the top called Questions (the side your viewers will see) and Responses (only you and other people who have been specified can see).
So lets say we want some feedback from people. We’ll set up the name. Add an email so we can write them back if we need to. And a few questions.
Each of these questions can be set up with the question type that suits you best.