Real estate’s hottest CMA solution ensures you win more listings, win more accepted offers, and most importantly, win your client’s trust.
Ditch the outdated, stale real estate CMAs with 60+ pages of boring PDF content. In just minutes, dashCMA creates an engaging, interactive dashboard to review with your clients. Engaging pricing visualizations are conversational and easy to understand so you can effectively convey your pricing strategy while earning your clients’ trust.
No more having to run multiple reports and present a dozen different pages. dashCMA’s big picture pricing view combines over 20 pricing perspectives into one simple dashboard. See the right comps and dig into the trends that matter all in one complete view.
Every aspect of dashCMA is interactive and dynamic, so you can dig into the report with your clients and easily modify comps on the fly.
Want to quickly see the impact specific features, like a pool or a great view, have on pricing? It’s as simple as checking a box.
dashCMA keeps your pricing discussion focused and on track by flagging specific properties. Is the home across the street too large to truly be considered a comp? Flag it to show clients you’ve evaluated every scenario.
Choose to display or hide 3rd party pricing estimates like the “Zestimate” so you can proactively discuss their relevance and drive the homeowner to a more informed decision.
Easily add in feedback from influential friends and family members to the pricing view. Does Aunt Linda feel the homeowner should only list for over $1M? Show how that price point stacks up with the rest of your data.
Sure you can print a branded PDF, but where dashCMA really shines is the ability to send an interactive CMA link. Impress clients with a modern interface they can review quickly or drill into for more information.
Know exactly how and when to follow up thanks to dashCMA's robust client tracking. See when a client has reviewed your report and know exactly what elements they dug into. Did they focus their time looking at just one specific comp? Were they more concerned with the average time to sell? Let their interests guide your next discussion so you can overcome their objections and win the deal.