In KW Command, you use the offer management systems to create offer comparisons. You’ll be able to share a URL for a listing to allow the intake of offers, or share comparisons using your download or Mailchimp options.
Over time, command will be able to provide insights using this data.
My name is Lori Ballen and I have a real estate team in Las Vegas. We serve Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Henderson, and Boulder City. I live and work in the Master Planned Community known as Summerlin. We would appreciate your referrals.
My brothers Jeff and Paul Helvin also own a KW Command Friendly Marketing Company called Ballen Brands. They handle imports, create smart plans, build KW websites and landing pages, manage ad campaigns, and more. You can reach them at 702-917-0755 | Ballen Brands.
How To Create An Offer
Open the opportunity by clicking on a phase in the opportunity itself (by clicking on opportunities and finding the opportunity by name) or by opening the contact record and clicking on opportunities.
2. At the top of the Opportunity Details page, find and click click ‘Offers’.
3. Find the Add New Offer Button and click it.
4. Give your offer a name that would help you identify which offer is which other than the contact name or listing address.
5. Fill in each field in the initial offer Details section. You can choose a version name, Date the offer is being written and the close date coordinating with your offer.
You can also select a listing from the KWLS or entered it manually.
To go to the next screen, click PARTIIES.
6. Enter the Buyer information or the seller information depending on who you represent. The side you represent is probably already filled in for you.
Next, enter the agent information representing the other party. If you choose a listing from the KWLS, this is probably auto-populated.
When finished, click TERMS to go to the next page.
7. Fill in the offer terms including cash, financing, sales price, earnest money amount, option fee, termination option, seller costs, and then click Agent Analysis when finished.
8. You can now enter your thoughts and important things you want the party you represent to pay special attention to. You can add the pros, the cons, and a summary. This will be used in the offer comparison that you send to your client.