Click to make an offer with reiwa.com and RESO

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  • Real Estate Sales Online (RESO) have added a feature to the reiwa.com site
  • Interested buyers can register their interest or put in a offer

Adelaide-based Real Estate Sales Online (RESO) has done a deal with the Real Estate Institute of Western Australia (REIWA) on their listings portal, reiwa.com.

Straight off any property page on the site, buyers can click the ‘RESO’ button (see main image above) and register their interest or even make an offer.

In a hot property market, these are the things that can make a difference between being in the frame, or missing out on the deal.

A quick check on some of the rival property portals seemed to suggest reiwa.com was the first to market with this technology on their own site.

REIWA CEO Neville Pozzi said since the COVID-19 outbreak occurred, organisations are finding innovative online alternatives for those who prefer them.

“We are excited to be working with RESO to offer a simple solution to those who would like to not only put an offer on an interested property but can negotiate and purchase the property while in the comfort of their living room,” Mr Pozzi said.

“Agents will be able to communicate directly with potential buyers through the RESO platform, but they will also be able to gauge the interest of a property and provide updates to the seller.”

RESO CEO Kate Chalk said 10,000 users are enjoying the simplicity and ease of RESO.

“Buyers love easy access to all property details and documentation as well as offering and negotiating on a property online from wherever they are,” Ms Chalk said.

“Agents are updated instantly, as soon as buyers have made or updated their offer, resulting in faster response times, in what can be a nervous waiting time.”

“For the past two and a half years we have enjoyed working with REIWA and the wider real estate community in WA. We are excited to continue to provide an innovative and streamlined approach to buying and selling property”.

Originally posted in The Property Tribune