HUNTINGTON BEACH, CA (July 17, 2018) - Real estate software company, W+R Studios, announced today the addition of a new feature in Cloud CMA called Cloud Investor Connect. This will allow Cloud CMA subscribers to send information on qualifying homes to an investor with the intent of receiving a cash offer to present to home sellers. The feature will first be introduced to Cloud CMA subscribers in the Southern California market. W+R Studios will also be publishing the “Cloud Investor Connect API”, which will give potential investors an easy way to participate in the program.
“At W+R Studios all we do is make tools to help real estate professionals look awesome in front of their clients. We think the future of listing presentations is not just to provide a CMA with a suggested list price but to also have the opportunity to provide a valid cash offer on the home as well. We think agents that provide that type of experience to today’s home seller are going to win” stated W+R Studios co-founder Greg Robertson. “Cloud CMA subscribers publish over 260,000 CMAs per month, and that number is growing” continued Mr. Robertson. “We believe we have the scale to help our agents participate in this growing iBuyer movement.”
Cloud Investor Connect will be released later this month in Southern California, starting with a limited number of zip codes. There is no extra cost to the agent. The investor will be represented by the participating agent, and investors will not contact home sellers directly. Interested investors can request access to Cloud Investor Connect API starting today.
About W+R Studios
Founded in 2008, W+R Studios is a privately held web software company located in Huntington Beach, California. The company focuses on creating the next generation of web-based software solutions for the real estate industry. By providing a "less is more" approach to software design, elegant user interfaces, and using the latest in agile programming, W+R Studios' software applications are at the same time powerful, yet accessible to everyone. Co-founders Dan Woolley and Greg Robertson have over 26 years of experience each developing and marketing real estate software solutions.