RMLS Terms For “Year-Built” Updated

RMLS Listings Form change has gone into effect as of August 3rd, 2011 which updates acronyms used to describe year-built status for residential listings in the metro area. The following is a list of the definitions of new terms and meanings in use by buyer agents in RMLS:

  • APPROX: Approximately – Indicates an estimate of the year that a house was constructed.
  • FIXER: Property is in need of immediate repair
  • NEW: Construction of House has been completed but home has not been occupied
  • PROPOSED: Construction of Home has not yet begun.
  • REGHIST: Property is registered as a Historic Home.
  • REMOD: Portions or all of the Property have been remodeled.
  • RESALE: Property is a pre-existing home for sale.
  • RESTORD: Property has been restored to original condition.
  • UNDERCON: Property is currently under construction, ground broken and building under way.
  • UNKNOWN: Actual year property was built is not known due to loss of county records.

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New Terms For RMLS Listings

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