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Residential Xpress vs. Residential Esimator 7

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Thread Starter
Junior Member
Feb 20, 2002
Can anyone clue me in on the differences between M&S Residential Estimator 7 and Xpress?

I currently use Residential Xpress and it works fine.

What do you get for the extra 100 or so bucks in RES 7 that Xpress doesn't have?


Terrel L. Shields

Elite Member
Gold Supporting Member
May 2, 2002
Professional Status
Certified General Appraiser
Darn good question...

M & S has several products. Boeckh did have Res. Valuation disk replaced by M & S/B RCT - wholely worthless product for appraisers. Unfortunately I am stuck with an update of Boeckh for 2003 same month they announce RCT will replace my BRVS 12/31/02

Res. Est. 7 has two versions. The "lite" version says something about limted to 200 calculations, but that does not tell me if they mean I can only do that many calc. before it quits or does that mean the factors utilized is something less than the full slate of the RE7??

I, like you, do not understand what RE7 (lite or full version) has to offer that is not in Xpress??? Are the numbers good? Is it like the brown plate special being cheaper than the white plate special because they washed the plate?
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