AgencyLogic Support Series – PowerSite Statistics – Overview Report

AgencyLogic PowerSites include detailed statistics to answer, among other questions, how many people visit your single property Websites.

Please follow these steps to access the data and reports – if you have additional questions give us a call on:

(888) 201-5160

or email:

support@agencylogic.com

Step 1:

Log into your account and click the PowerSite you want to see reports on. You can also click “My PowerSites” to see a list of your single property Websites:

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Step 2:

Click the “Marketing” tab:

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Step 3:

Click the “PowerSite Statistics” link:

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The default report is the “Overview Report”:

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The default report merges page views, visits and hits over the prior month. You can change the date range by clicking in the “From” and “To” field and clicking the “Refresh” button:

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As you look at the statistics you need to understand the following key terms:

Visits: A count of each time someone viewed your PowerSite. They can look at dozens of pages, download documents, floor plans etc. but this still counts as 1 visit. That same person could view your PowerSite later the same day and would count as another visit.

Page View: Is a count of each PowerSite page displayed. The whole page (images and photos) counts as 1 view.

Hit: Is the number of items displayed to your clients including a Web page, graphic or a photo. Each one counts as 1 hit.

Santa Announces Plans for North Pole 2; Redfin Ranks the Top 10 U.S. Cities for NP2

Cleveland, Detroit and Buffalo Top the List of NP2 Contenders Based on Snowfall, Toy-Making Talent and Bakeries Among Other Criteria Laid Out by St. Nick

Seattle, WA – November 30, 2017 (BUSINESS WIRE) (NASDAQ: RDFN) Santa Claus should choose Cleveland as his second North Pole (NP2) location, according to Redfin (www.redfin.com), the next-generation real estate brokerage. Santa Claus has the internet abuzz as he, Mrs. Claus and his elves announced they are officially on the hunt for a second North Pole. City leaders, toymakers and children on the “nice list” are paying close attention to St. Nick’s next move.

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Redfin ranked the top 50 U.S. cities Santa should consider for NP2, based on the criteria he laid out in his announcement, including home affordability, bakeries per capita, toy-making talent, snowfall, Transit ScoreⓇ and nearby Amazon fulfillment centers. Cleveland, home of everyone’s favorite holiday movie “A Christmas Story” is Redfin’s top choice, followed by Detroit and Buffalo.

“Santa would feel right at home in Cleveland because we’re so full of holiday cheer and the people here really embrace winter; Clevelanders even surf Lake Erie in winter before it freezes,” said Redfin Cleveland agent Joe Rath. “We have Christmas concerts at Severance Hall featuring the Cleveland Orchestra, Playhouse Square performs all the holiday favorites and Winterfest in Public Square is always vibrant.”

The top 10 cities for Santa’s NP2 are:

1. Cleveland, OH
2. Detroit, MI
3. Buffalo, NY
4. Pittsburgh, PA
5. Cincinnati, OH
6. Chicago, IL
7. St. Louis, MO
8. Newark, NJ
9. Minneapolis, MN
10. Atlanta, GA

To read the full report, including a detailed methodology and data, recommended homes for Santa in each of the top 10 cities and a full ranking of the top 50 cities for NP2, click here.

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About Redfin

Redfin (www.redfin.com) is the next-generation real estate brokerage, combining its own full-service agents with modern technology to redefine real estate in the consumer’s favor. Founded by software engineers, Redfin has the country’s #1 brokerage website and offers a host of online tools to consumers, including the Redfin Estimate, the automated home-value estimate with the industry’s lowest published error rate for listed homes. Homebuyers and sellers enjoy a full-service, technology-powered experience from Redfin real estate agents, while saving thousands in commissions. Redfin serves more than 80 major metro areas across the U.S. The company has closed more than $50 billion in home sales.

Contacts

Redfin Journalist Services:
Jon Whitely
(206) 588-6863
press@redfin.com

BH&J Buy vs. Rent Index Shows Good Deals Harder to Find as U.S. Housing Market Remains Slightly in Buy Territory

Boca Raton, FL – Dec. 5, 2017 (PRNewswire-USNewswire) The really good deals on homes are becoming increasingly harder to find as the U.S. housing market remains ever so slightly in buy territory, according to the latest national index produced by Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University faculty.

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The Beracha, Hardin & Johnson Buy vs. Rent (BH&J) Index shows it is a virtual toss-up as to whether buying or renting would produce greater wealth, on average.

“With exception for parts of the Midwest, most of the ‘buy low’ deals are out of the market,” said Ken Johnson, Ph.D., a real estate economist and one of the index’s creators in FAU’s College of Business. “This does not necessarily mean that it is a bad time to purchase. It simply means that potential purchasers should bargain more aggressively.”

Of the 23 separate metro areas in the BH&J Index, 11 are slightly to moderately in buy territory, while 10 metro areas are slightly to moderately in rent territory. Two cities, Dallas and Denver, remain deep in rent territory, suggesting the potential for what Johnson calls a near-term pricing event. This could indicate a decline in property prices, the likelihood of property transactions falling, property marketing times increasing, or a combination of all three.

Based on numbers from the end of the third quarter of 2017, the latest BH&J Buy vs. Rent Index follows recent S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-City Home Price Index scores, which showed home prices rose 6.2 percent over the past year, indicating consistent demand at a time when the inventory of homes has been persistently scarce.

Both the BH&J Index and Case-Shiller Home Price Index employ housing price appreciation from markets around the U.S. Unlike Case-Shiller, the BH&J Index includes additional sources such as rent prices, mortgage rates and alternative investment data streams, among others variables, to indicate why and when housing markets might be changing direction.

“On average, both home and rental prices experienced modest gains in recent months, while financial markets continued to deliver healthy returns and mortgage rates remained low and stable,” said Eli Beracha, Ph.D., co-creator of the index and associate professor in the Hollo School of Real Estate at FIU.

The BH&J Index is published quarterly and is available online at http://business.fau.edu/buyvsrent.