You may be wondering about the recent changes at NNRMLS! Last week we said fond farewells to Shelley Specchio, CEO of NNRMLS, wishing her the best as she moves into her new position as the CEO of the Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors® in Indianapolis, Indiana. Click here to read the announcement released a few weeks ago about these changes. Though Shelley will be greatly missed, we are moving forward at NNRMLS, still committed to the 5-star service that you have grown accustomed to. Continue reading
Paragon version 5.54 will be released tomorrow. Below are 5 change highlights you can look forward to: Continue reading
Recently there has been an increase in questions about the use of the NNRMLS Status Change Form and when Sellers’ Signatures are required. Here is a clarification: Continue reading
Select Default Report for Email:
By popular demand! You can now select a default report for emails that are sent manually from the system. This new option eliminates the additional step of having to select the desired report each time you send a manual email with listings. 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.
Come to one of the REALTOR.com® classes brought to you by NNRMLS and learn about the big changes and the FREE tools that are available to you! Continue reading
Yes, the life of Microsoft Windows XP is coming to an end. And, there are only 8 short months left until Microsoft ends its support for PCs running on Windows XP. NNRMLS invites you to participate in a webinar by Citrix System, Inc. & mindSHIFT Technologies to learn what this means for your business.
Since Microsoft will no longer be supporting PCs running on Windows XP, this will leave desktops, laptops and entire networks exposed. Your business could be vulnerable to viruses, spyware, theft of personal and confidential information and network security breaches.
If you are running XP on your computer, please consider attending this FREE 1-hour webinar to help prepare for the upcoming changes. Topics covered in this webinar:
- Microsoft Windows XP end of life roadmap
- Risks associated with running XP post-support
- Migration options
- Benefits of virtual desktops and other solutions
Discover the ways in which you can simply, securely and cost effectively manage your migration before Microsoft says goodbye to Windows XP. Register HereToday!
- Wednesday, July 31, 2013
- Time: 11:00am PST
- Duration: 1 hour