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07/27/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

If you aren't already using REALTORS® Property Resource (RPR), a comprehensive real estate data platform created by NAR, there’s no better time than now.

New RPR training materials were recently released in eBook and video formats, allowing learners of different stripes to explore the resource’s data and reporting features. Offered as a benefit strictly for REALTORS®, RPR uses private data to give members across real estate sectors valuable insights.

The “Getting Started With RPR” guide is available in eBook and video form for those new to the platform, while more experienced users can sort additional training materials by sector or choose a topic. More information about RPR is available at

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