The Cromford Report

Sign-up Information for ARMLS Subscribers


Standard membership of The Cromford Report ™ requires a subscription, and provides you with access to detailed data and analytical charts.

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The Cromford Report ...

is owned and produced by Cromford Associates LLC, an Arizona limited liability company managed by Mike Orr and based in Mesa AZ.

Mike holds a masters degree in Mathematics from the University of Oxford in England and spent 31 years in the computer industry, working for IBM, Amdahl, Splash Technology and the Santa Cruz Operation. In his most recent positions he was President of Tarantella and CEO of Mobilearia.

He first started investing in real estate in 1976 and left the computer industry to focus on real estate in 2002.


You must be an active ARMLS subscriber in good standing to subscribe to the Cromford Report. However it is NOT free to ARMLS members. It costs $300 per year, $90 per quarter or $35 per month.

To sign-up for this service, all you need to do is:

  1. Verify your ARMLS User ID
  2. Provide your contact information and select a password for the Cromford Report. Please note that this should NOT be the same as your ARMLS password.
  3. Agree to the Cromford Report's Terms & Conditions.
  4. Choose your subscription period and payment method.

However if you have already signed up to the Cromford Report in the past, please do not sign up again, just add a subscription to your existing account here

To sign-up for a subscription to the Cromford Report, please provide your ARMLS user ID to us by email to

We will send further instructions by email.

Online verification is no longer possible for technical reasons.

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