Here’s something that has been on a slow rollout since the beginning of summer. You might not have noticed it – but your prospective renters most certainly have!
Now you can restrict the total number of times a specific listing can be shown – per day and per week.
There’s only one outfit that can successfully pilot a newsletter about the joys of canceled showings. And, frankly, we know that’s not us.
No, not like the Boring Flamethrower. We are so insanely jealous of Boring. All we get to sell is digital lockboxes (and that’s only to the fraction of folks who don’t do in-person showings).
Some days – we know how it goes. The summer leasing season can feel like running a relay race, blindfolded, through a four-story bouncy castle, while tumbling downhill. And these are the days you still have your sense of humor about you.
We just rolled out a system-wide update to all listing (schedule-a-showing) pages. This is for desktop and notebook browsers, continuing the Mobile-Based Redesign that began last year.
ShowMojo pioneered automated showing notifications by email back in 2011. Yeah, we’re kind of old. It was a big deal back then. Quite suddenly, there was no need to call the tenant before every showing. The awkward “I’m not asking for your permission” moments were gone. Even further gone – and with very good riddance – was the random start-of-showing “I never got a voicemail” screed.
No, we are not proposing multi-family self-showings. That’d be all colors of crazy.
Seventy-five percent of showings scheduled through ShowMojo are accompanied, in-person showings. There’s no self-show lockbox or key-checkout involved. And that makes sense, since ShowMojo was built first to completely reinvent the in-person showing experience.