Why Agents Love Glide

Real Estate Agents have such a complex job - managing their clients through a complicated process and an often emotional time. Glide is committed to helping agents provide the best service possible to their clients. Here are a few of agents’ favorite Glide features, designed to make the disclosure process as painless as possible for their clients and one feature designed specifically to improve Agent workflow.

Helping Seller Clients Understand the Importance of Disclosures

Seller’s disclosures are likely something relatively unfamiliar to your clients if they’ve never bought or sold a home. However, as an agent you know they play a vital role in one of the largest and most important transactions we experience in our lifetime. Whether you’re on the buying or selling side, the seller’s disclosure paperwork helps all parties reach a common understanding of the perceived condition of a home. 

Glide for Home Sellers: Alleviating Confusion & Complexity

Selling a home can be such an exciting time - until the stacks of confusing paperwork start piling up.  With Glide, home sellers work in an intuitive online platform to complete disclosure forms - a platform full of features designed to make completing these complex, confusing forms easier - giving peace of mind to sellers during an emotional, stressful time.  

Especially when compared to traditional paper and .pdf methods, here are some highlights of Glide that make it easier for home sellers:

Just For You: Glide for Transaction Coordinators

We don’t have to tell you that as a TC, you have a ton on your plate making sure everything runs smoothly for your agents, home sellers, and home buyers - but who’s making sure everything runs smoothly for you?  

Glide has a number of features designed specifically for TCs, designed to save you time and add efficiency to your business processes.  Here are a few of our favorites. 

4 Completely Avoidable Reasons Home Sellers Get Sued

Selling a home isn’t always sunshine and rainbows. From choosing the right asking price to open houses, paperwork, inspections, and more — there are a million things to check off the to-do list before closing. One thing that’s probably not on most seller’s to-do lists? Getting sued. Yet, it happens more often than you may think! 

Home Sellers: Don’t Make These 6 Common Disclosure Mistakes

As part of the home-selling process, sellers have a legal obligation to disclose past and present defects to potential buyers. Despite this being one of the most important steps in the sales process, it’s one that is often filled with mistakes — and these can be costly. Failure to properly disclose defects can not only cause the sale of your home to fall apart, but they can also lead to lawsuits.