Rapattoni MLS Support / Tech Support
AAABoR Staff (734) 761-7340, 7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Mon - Wed and 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Thu
Rapattoni Help Desk (866) 730-7114, 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. Mon - Fri and 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Saturday
or click "Support Center" from the Help Menu in Rapattoni for E-Mail support
Check out the Support Center on the Rapattoni home page for tutorials, on-line help, printable documentation and frequently asked questions.
If you and your broker participate in any Michigan MLS system, please follow the guest listing procedures outline below.
You MUST submit ALL of the following:
- A letter from your local REALTOR® Association verifying your membership.
- A completed Guest Listing Payment & Acceptance Form (can be completed online).
- A completed Property Profile Sheet for the guest listing (can be completed online).
- A minimum of one photo (exterior front preferred), or a sketch for a vacant land listing. A total of 99 photos are allowed in the AAABoR MLS system.
Send all of the above to:
- Fax: 734.747.7377
- AAABoR, 1919 W. Stadium Blvd., Ann Arbor, MI 48103
Your listing is placed in the AAABoR MLS (fees listed on Payment & Acceptance of Terms Form) will appear in our system for the life of the listing (these listings are viewable only by users of the AAABoR MLS system and do not display on any Internet sites).
If your listing does not sell prior to the expiration date on the listing, you are welcome to resubmit your listing for an additional fee.
RPR is the National Association of REALTORS® exclusive online real estate library. With this new resource you will have unparalleled access to data that will give you a competitive edge with your clients. At its base are over 147 million property records, built from public record and assessment information. Then layers of data have been added such as zoning, permits, and mortgage and lien data. And most importantly we have enhanced the datasets by integrating AAABoR data to create the most robust catalog of properties ever assembled.
There are two key differences between RPR and national real estate websites you or your clients may have used. First, RPR is available exclusively to REALTORS®. Second, it offers reports and analytical tools that help you turn a mountain of data into genuine market insight. That's why we're bringing RPR to you.
How do you get access?
To login to RPR directly, visit www.narrpr.com. On your first visit you'll need to sign up for your account (link to 1.30 min, RPR video on creating your account). Enter your last name and NRDS ID number (see instructions at right), clicking "sign up." RPR will verify your name and ID (MLXchange ID), and then you will go through a four-step wizard, including creating your password.
Finding your NRDS#
Below are ways to find your NRDS # to register for RPR.
- Login with your Rapattoni user ID and password.
- Click on the "Personal Information" link at the bottom of the page.
- Your NRDS # is located on the first line.
Visit the RPR Blog for more information...
Talking to Home Buyers About Flood Risk and Flood
Floods can happen anywhere. They are not limited to coastal areas or to devastating tropical storms. Flooding can be caused by heavy rains, melting snow, inadequate drainage systems, or failed flood control structures such as levees and dams. In fact, floods are the most common natural disaster in the U.S. and most homeowners insurance does not cover damage it causes.
As a Realtor®, potential home buyers rely on you to help them understand the oftentimes confusing home buying process and protect their financial investment. Flood risk and flood insurance are important topics that home buyers should be aware of.
What to Know and Say About Flood Risk and Flood Insurance
Designed for Realtors®, this flyer clarifies what you should know about flood risk and flood insurance, and how you can talk about it with your customers. View flyer
Protect Your New Home: What to Ask Your Insurance Agent
Designed for the home buyer to use in discussions with their insurance agent, this reference heet serves as a checklist for the home buyer to ensure their new investment is adequately protected. View checklist
For more information and articles, visit NARs Field Guid to Flood Insurance
Zoning district classifications vary by each municipality. In Ann Arbor for example, the following zoning district classifications are used for Single-Family Dwelling.
An overall map of local governments in Washtenaw County is available from the eWashtenaw Website.
We've also provided the links below for specific zoning ordinances and maps for the Washtenaw County Municipalities.
For Municipalities outside Washtenaw County, please visit:http://www.municode.com/Library/ClientListing.aspx?stateID=22