Find Out if You’re Protected: Avoid the Bugs

The words “Meltdown” and “Spectre” are in the headlines today.

Meltdown and Spectre are two hardware level bugs that allow nefarious programs to steal things like your online banking information.

                      

Don’t panic, the situation is not as dire as some headlines imply; NNRMLS has identified an easy way to find out if you’re protected against the Meltdown bug; Continue reading

When Forms Are Released; Be Prepared to Update Your Templates

ALL AGENTS and BROKERS who use Instanet templates should update their templates whenever the Association or MLS releases updated or new forms!

Forms are being added and changed in January 2018! RSAR will change their forms on January 8, 2018. Click here for a comprehensive list of the changes from the 2018 Reno/Sparks Association of REALTORS® Forms Update Guide. A NOTE TO SNAR MEMBERS: Your forms are the same as RSAR’s; in other words when RSAR adds or updates forms SNAR’s forms receive those same additions and updates. This is done through a special agreement between the two Associations. Keep this article handy because NNRMLS will update several of its input forms in the near future. Continue reading

Residential Disclosure Form Revised: Fix Your Instanet Templates!

Are you an Instanet template user? If so, this tutorial is for you! Read on to learn how to replace your template form. If you do not use templates, you can disregard this post, or contact NNRMLS if you would like more information on the time-saving benefits of creating templates. Continue reading

NNRMLS Enables Captcha to Prevent Bot-Generated Leads

NNRMLS has enabled a “Captcha” requirement on the “Request More Info” lead-capture form on our public-facing website NNRMLS.com. This update is in response to recent fake lead submissions that appear to be bot-generated. This measure will help protect our members from receiving bogus leads on their listings displayed on NNRMLS.com. NNRMLS has received multiple reports during the past week that our members were sent unusual email leads from NNRMLS.com . In the member’s course of correspondence with this bogus lead, the inquiring party responds to the member email by sending an email attachment that contains a link to download malware. Continue reading