As we discussed back in November the growing popularity of lockbox-based self-showings is being matched by the rise of some decidedly disreputable and despicable folk. Now, to further frustrate fraudsters everywhere, ShowMojo has developed fraud auto-detection functionality for lockbox-based showings.
Introducing the Gallery and Branding Settings page – the start of a new chapter in ShowMojo’s epic, prospect-facing, beautification project.
By the time you read this, it’s a virtual certainty that six people already emailed us to prove that headline wrong. Fine then. They’re probably right. But let’s carry on with our bright-side, glass-half-full, TGIF mindset, shall we?
Today’s menu features an eclectic selection of value-packed morsels for the majority of our customers who import their listings from a property management (or other third-party) system.
At ShowMojo, over the last few months, we’ve observed an uptick in scammers and other less-than-reputable individuals targeting lockbox-based self-show listings. That’s in addition to the everyday (and everywhere) Craigslist faux-listing scammer.
Frankly, we just got tired of saying: “ShowMojo automates your leasing process from the moment you start marketing to the point each prospect applies.” You might as well try to repeat “Sally sells short sales by the sea shore.” three times fast.
We’ve been using the Showing Agent Feedback feature with ShowMojo demos and onboardings for more than a year. That’s right. We built it clandestine-like to collect feedback on all of you … and improve the ShowMojo platform at the same time.
Today, ShowMojo has added the Vault eLockbox to our digital access offerings. Why?
The ShowMojo management console just got rehabbed. Want to see? Log in, have a gander at your Dashboard, and prepare to be underwhelmed. But don’t sell us short on this update.