Paragon Search Tip: Use the Attached Common Wall Field

Here’s a Paragon search tip that will teach you how to use the Attached Common Wall field to a search.
1. Open a search by clicking the Search icon in Paragon top tier tool bar.
2. Click the Customize button that appears in the light blue toolbar.

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3. In the “Fields” window use the “Find” field to type in “common” this will bring up all items with the word common.

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4. Click the choice that says “Attached Common Wall,” click the “Add” button, and click the “Apply” button.
5. Your screen will refresh automatically and the “Attached Common Wall” field will appear at the bottom of your Primary Criteria container.

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6. This is an inline auto complete field, so if you type “n” for “no” or “y” for “yes” then you can click the enter button on your keyboard when your choice pops up in the drop down menu. You can also use the magnifying glass to open a window with the same choices.

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That’s it! You can now search for homes with or without attached common walls.

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About Andrew Cristancho

Andrew is the Director of Member Services and Training for Northern Nevada Regional MLS; the official trainer for our products and services. He teaches classes, in our lab or at your office meetings and also hosts one-on-one and small-group training sessions. Andrew is author of many of the technical 'how-to' articles for our organization. Andrew holds the MLS Executive Designations CMLX 1 and CMLX 2 from the national Council of MLSs, his ePRO designation from the National Association of Realtors and serves on CMLS's Green Section Council. Andrew earned his Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and a Social Media Marketing Certificate from the University of Nevada Reno. He is happily married and is a proud father and lives and works in Reno, Nevada.

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