ShowingTime provides residential real estate agents, offices, associations and MLSs with tools to manage showings and feedback, plus analytics and reporting tools to gain valuable market insights. A market and technology leader in real estate, ShowingTime products - accessible via its mobile app - are used in more than 250 MLSs across North America representing more than 750,000 members, helping them schedule 3 million showings per month.
Benefits for real estate professionals:
-Schedule showings and view instructions on the go
-Access important details any time with the new offline mode
-Set font sizes in the app to match your viewing preferences on mobile devices
-Search for listings available to show near your location
-Share listing activity with your clients
-Manage feedback for your listings; give feedback on your recent showings
-Notify sellers when you have completed the showing
-Sync appointment activity with your personal calendar
Benefits for sellers:
-Get notified instantly of showings and new feedback
-Review past showing activity and upcoming appointments
-Receive “showing complete” alerts to know when to return home
-Send private messages to your agent regarding a recent or upcoming appointment
Miscellaneous bug fixes and improvements.
Ratings and Reviews
For me the problem is input
I am a seller. I think this would be an amzing app if it were in fact a part of the listing agent's internal office responsibility to update and correct input.
All Buyers agents do not use this software, so therefore they do not update it when a showing is complete nor do they update the feedback.
Also, if the Buyer's agent requests an appointment through the listing agent's software and the apppointment time needs to be adjusted, that is usually made through a phone call. Fantastic service to the client does not appear to be enough motivation for the listing agent to update the software data. Such a bummer. Could be a way for a real estate firm to distinguish itself from the rest of the considerable pack.
Occupants don’t matter
As tenants of the seller property, there is no way for you to have access. We are the “occupants” per the texts but only access is given to sellers and agents. Don’t mind it’s the occupants schedule that is being taken over. You have to manually keep track of the appointments. Even the texts come in different strings so you cannot easily see in one text. You have to keep scrolling and try to pick which one you think it is. For you iPhone users at least with a date and time it will underline for easy calendar addition... not with this app! Only pulls the date so everything else is manual. With this being a standard across the realty world I would think as a provider of service you could figure out and execute a better system and add some functionality that makes sense ... or a secretary would do!
Fine for agents . Horrible for home owners
Nothing more needs to be said. Read the reviews. The single biggest problem isn’t the app. It’s agents who see the booking time as the arrival window. So you vacate for an hour appointment only to return and have them having just arrived ! You want to sell your house so you’re willing to let them stay ( but how awkward)— and you go back to your car and wait. Or you vacate only to have them send a message through the app that they will have to reschedule. All anonymously! And it is the rare agent who provides a clue that they’ve left. sure it makes it easy on the agent. But As a home owner motivation to sell is gauged by willingness to return calls and respond to texts. The app removes this critical step. In short — prepare to turn your calendar over to all the real estate agents in your area.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.