Charlestown Broker Caravan
CARAVAN IS FOR CHARLESTOWN AREA ONLY
Unless otherwise stated,
the Charlestown tour is held on the
Second Wednesday of each month at 10:00 am, next tour is November 14, 2018.
Agents will meet at the first property on the tour which will be announced by the coordinator.
The Caravan will leave promptly at 10:00 am.
Rules of The Road
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To Be Included Click Below
You must submit property by
Friday @5:00 to be on Wednesday’s tour.
Inclusion based on requests received
& geographic grouping.
Minimum 4 per tour, Maximum 8 per tour.
Maximum 1 listing per agent
(coordinator may have 2)
Only properties that are listed in MLS can be placed on the Broker Caravan and must have an MLS ID# at the time the Caravan takes place.
Bring MLS print-outs for
Must stay for whole tour.
Coordinator will be responsible for
Submit Early To Be Included
Further Questions - E-mail
"Rules of The Road"
�Properties to be included must be either less
than 30 days on the market AND have not been
previously included in a broker Caravan Tour.
Should we not have the sufficient number of
properties for tour, the tour coordinator can
make an exception based on a first come first
No food to be provided at tour properties
Tour route to be mapped by tour coordinator;
minimum eight properties per tour, maximum of
ten. Geographic location of property will
sometimes determine when it can be included.
Only one property per listing agent per tour.
Last minute cancellations for properties other
than those that have gone pending are not
eligible for the next tour.
All licensed real estate agents are welcome to
join the caravan tour of properties.
Every listing agent of every caravan property
must visit all properties on that days caravan:
failure to observe this requirement will ensure
future disqualification from the game.
Listing agent to provide MLS sheets on their
listing for the caravan.
Caravan participants should observe a tight
schedule - no need for lengthy verbal
presentations on each property and a sprightly
pace from one property to another is suggested.
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