New Listing Notifications

Receive suitable listings. Automatically.

Receive & view matching properties immediately on your phone. It doesn’t get any easier than this!

Get an email automatically when a home meeting your designated criteria is listed!

Searching for the ideal property can be a challenging chore. While there might be a dozen homes that have the square footage and upgrades that you are looking for, they might not be in the right location. The ones that are for sale in your desired neighborhood may not have all of the features your lifestyle demands. You don’t have to settle for a home that isn’t quite right or worry about the perfect home passing you by. Our New Listing Notifications simplifies your home search by delivering new listings that meet your specific requirements right to your inbox the same day they hit the market. When you register for this service, you will never miss out on a new listing because you were a day late.

 

No More Sorting Through Listings!

We know that your time is valuable and don’t want you to waste any time sorting through listings that don’t fit your needs. Think of ourNew Listing Notifications as your own personal property concierge, introducing you to prime properties as they come on the market. A few of the many customizable search parameters include:
  • Listing Price Rage
  • Property Type (Single Family Home, etc.)
  • Style
  • Location
  • Short Sale & Foreclosure Properties

We Utilize the LatestTechnology

Our New Listing Notifications are just another of our innovative portfolio of services. We are continuously evolving our tools and techniques to better serve our clients. We like to make things easier!

Get New Listing Notifications!

If you are interested in getting our convenient New Listing Notifications, simply sign up. It only takes a few minutes to fill out our online registration form to start receiving personalized search results on a daily basis. Or, you can always contact our office at 801.903.2520.
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