At NNRMLS, we understand that Data Security and Service Continuity are critical to your success. As new threats develop, our efforts to safeguard our services and data continue to evolve. A consistent component of our strategy is to keep you informed about service outages and offer suggestions on how you can protect your computer. Continue reading
The 2016 Listing Input Forms were released on February 17, 2016. As a part of this release, there are several feature changes that affect all listings in Paragon. NNRMLS listing features have been changed to align with the definitions of fixtures and personal property within the Association Form Library.
Please audit your Residential listings in Paragon to make sure the feature selections are accurate.
Effective November 17th, Paragon will no longer be compatible with Windows Vista or Internet Explorer Version 9. If you are using Windows Vista, or Internet Explorer 9, you will need to upgrade your system to continue accessing Paragon. Please contact our tech support department or your office IT staff, for information on your upgrade options. Continue reading
Auctions are a trending topic among NNRMLS members. We are fielding an increasing amount of calls regarding how to distinguish residential listings that are being offered at auction from other listings. This article will walk you through the process of searching for auctions and how to eliminate auctions from your search results. Continue reading
NNRMLS is happy to announce the addition of two listing input fields that will be used by syndication channels for Remarks and Virtual Tour. Syndication channels are websites like Realtor.com, Zillow, Trulia, etc. All ListHub partner websites are syndication sites. These new fields will not be sent to IDX websites, as they are specifically intended for the syndication environment. Continue reading
IMPORTANT: You may have to take action to continue receiving emails from Paragon. Continue reading
Microsoft announced that it was made aware of a vulnerability in Internet Explorer that could be exploited to remotely execute code on your computer. Nearly all versions of Internet Explorer are affected. We suggest that you use another browser, such as Chrome, Firefox, or Safari until a security update is available for Internet Explorer. Continue reading