The agreement between real estate agent and client calls for a hefty dose of trust that the professional in the room has his or her responsibilities covered. "If you were able to look at any of the National Association of Realtors surveys over the past 30 to 35 years, the No. 1 complaint of consumers with agents is that 'I don't know what my agent is doing, I haven't heard from them, or I don't know where they are -- they seem to be lost in action,' " says Quigler founder David Michonski. Michonski says this issue is what lead him to create Quigler 1.0, a new app released today, which creates a checklist of every task an agent must complete to usher through a successful deal, and notifies consumers as progress ensues. The product takes a granular approach with the goal of eliminating client blind spots -- meaning there are 14 steps (68 actions) for sellers, and 9 steps (57 actions) for buyers, based on industry best practices, regulations and The National Associati...
- Quigler 1.0, a new app released today, creates a checklist of every task an agent must complete to usher through a successful deal, and notifies consumers as progress ensues.
- The status of the items can be changed in real time, and the system aims to replace time-consuming agent "update letters."
- The regular yearly price for agents to participate is $599, but Quigler wants to get the ball rolling in 1,100 U.S. markets. So, the company is offering a 50 percent discount with a special subscription called "Early Adopter Founding Agent."