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How to filter the data for the 1004MC

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VegasWayne

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I have been playing with Microsoft Access and have found an easy way to sort and filter exported MLS data into the six tables needed for the 1004MC analysis. The attached sample database uses one exported text file from the MLS to generate six tables, three listing periods and three sales periods. Look under the queries and click on the tables to open them. The tables can be saved as Excel files for further analysis. Access doesn't have a median function so Excel can be used to determine the values. This database should be easily adapted to data from your MLS systems. The main things to watch out for are the formats of the imported data. Make sure dates are formatted as dates and prices are formatted as currency. I didn't include expired listings in this as they complicate the analysis. They can be analyzed serarately and added to the tables after culling the duplicates and garbage.
 

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