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03/29/2017 | Author: Editorial Staff

The data available to Texas REALTORS® through REALTORS® Property Resource (RPR) can be leveraged to create social media campaigns that demonstrate your expertise and draw consumers. Neighborhood reports available through RPR are a one-stop source for local data you can use to highlight your market and lead to calls to action.

For example, RPR data about The Woodlands can be used to create the following sample posts:

  • The median estimated home value in The Woodlands is $338,860, higher than Montgomery County and Texas at-large. Let me send you a free evaluation.
  • The volume of home listings in The Woodlands spiked in February. Call me to start your home search.
  • Nearly a third of The Woodlands residents have a commute between 15 to 30 minutes. Want more info about the area? Get in touch.

To access neighborhood data, visit, sign in with your RPR login, click Neighborhoods above the search bar, enter a location into the search field, and hit enter. In addition to the summary tab, you can view the housing, people, economy, and quality of life tabs for more information to use in your campaigns.

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Tags: tech tips, rpr, realtors property resource, social media

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