Is your MLS making things complicated?

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Sometimes even the simplest tasks can end up getting complicated — for instance, not every MLS website exports your data in the same file format.  Little things like that can introduce a needless hassle when you're trying to finish your 1004MC.  We know you're busy enough as it is, so we made sure Titan Analytics works with every major file type:  CSV, TSV, XLSX, and TXT.

Titan Analytics doesn't hold you back

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Estate settlements, divorces, and other retrospective appraisals often require you to look at MLS data from several years ago.  When you need to use a non-standard dataset, you need your analysis software to take it in stride — and we developed Titan Analytics with your workflow in mind.  From old data to new, we've made sure you can handle any job with ease.  Watch the video below [1:13] to find out a couple of key ways to use this feature on your next report! 

Add visual support to your valuation estimates with Titan Analytics

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There are those clients that, no matter what, are going to have a question about how you reached your opinion of value.  If you're only including textual data, it may be worth adding some charts and graphs to your reports too.  They’re a great tool when trying to prove a point, especially since they do a much better job showing a difference in information.

Titan Analytics takes the headache out of your condo analysis

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When using a third-party analytics tool, you often have to handle the condo section of the Market Conditions form separately.  It's a big-time killer and forces you to export multiple data sets from your MLS or run your analytics software twice. 

Titan Analytics' intelligent mapping makes working with any MLS possible

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If you haven't already heard, Titan Analytics works with any MLS that lets you export data.  That’s true, but sometimes matching all the necessary fields requires your input.  It would be too easy to have consistency with field names across all 600+ MLSs, right?  (Example:  Titan Analytics needs the Closing Price, but your MLS has it labeled as CloseP.

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