In CCIMLS, each listing has a status associated with it. That status tells the current situation of the property.

Listing Statuses Explained

Coming Soon - No Showings

The Coming Soon-No Showings status is an option for agents to use if they will be publicly marketing a property as a coming soon listing and prior to any showings. Coming Soon listings must be submitted and entered into the MLS within forty-eight (48) hours or within one (1) business day of public marketing, whichever is sooner, using the Coming Soon-No Showings or Active status.

The following are important details to note regarding the use of the Coming Soon-No Showings status:

• The Showing Start Date may not be more than twenty-one (21) days from the Listing Date
• You may not modify the Showing Start Date once the listing is saved
• Coming Soon-No Showings listings will automatically change to Active on the Showing Start Date
• Active listings may not be entered back into the Coming Soon-No Showings status
• Listings may be manually switched to the Active status prior to the Showing Start Date
• Listings will not be disseminated to IDX or public portal websites
• Listings are not available in email subscriptions nor can they be viewed by clients
• Listings may be viewed on the My Listings gadget, the Hot Sheet gadget, and will also be available in the
status options on a search
• Days on Market will begin calculating upon submission to the Coming Soon-No Showings status; however, when the property switches to Active, the Days on Market will reset and be based on the Start Showing Date entered.

Active

Property is in the MLS, being marketed and shown. All exclusive listing agreements taken in the mandatory listing area (Barnstable, Dukes, Nantucket counties and town of Wareham) must be submitted to the MLS within 48 hours of all necessary signatures, even if the marketing in the MLS is delayed or declined altogether.

Contingent-Showings Allowed

Property has a fully executed offer, but the member and client will continue to market and show the property due to a contingency that has not been met. Status change in the MLS should be made within 24 hours of the fully executed offer. Property is considered a subset of Active and will continue to calculate DOM and will Expire on the listed Expiration Date. You can hover over the 'C' icon in the MLS to see the contingency on a property.

Contingent-No Showings

Property has a fully executed offer with a contingency, but the member and client will no longer show the property. Status change in the MLS should be made within 24 hours of the fully executed offer. Property is considered a subset of Pending and will no longer calculate DOM and will not Expire. You can hover over the 'P' icon in the MLS to see the contingency on a property.

Pending

Property has a fully executed offer and is not being shown (even if there are outstanding contingencies). Status change in the MLS should be made within 24 hours of a fully executed offer or P&S, whichever comes first.

Temp Off Market

Property is being taken off the market temporarily, but a valid listing agreement still exists. Status Change in the MLS should be made within 24 hours of signed withdrawal. Property will no longer calculate DOM but will Expire on the listed Expiration Date.

Cancelled

Property is being removed from the market due to the listing agreement ending prior to the original expiration date. Status change in MLS must be made by the broker or their authorized representative within 24 hours of signed authorization.

Expired

Property has reached its contract expiration. Listings will automatically expire on their listed expiration date.

Closed

Property has had its closing. Status change in MLS should be made within 72 hours of property closing.

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