Posted April 14, 2020 03:24:18Real estate agent Kim Kowalski has the latest on her company’s newest product: a free app for homebuyers.
The app allows homeowners to register with the firm and get an estimate for the property they want.
But it doesn’t just work with KW’s clients.
It works with anyone.
Here’s how to get started with the app.
Register with Kowalks real estate firm Once you have a name and email address, head over to Kowall’s site and sign up for an account.
Once you’ve signed up, you’ll be redirected to the app, which looks like this: “Once you are logged in to your account, you will be able to search for homes that are near you.
You can also use the app to compare properties and buy or sell a home.”
You’ll also get notifications about upcoming auctions and deals.
Select your property Next, you can select which properties you’d like to see on the app’s map.
This will show you a list of the properties in your neighborhood that have been bought or sold for an asking price of $1,000 or more.
View your bid and buy price You’ll be able see your bid, which is how much you’re willing to pay, at the top of the screen.
If you can’t pay that amount, you won’t see a bid and you won’st be able buy or rent the property.
Create an account and start shopping The app’s interface is simple, and you can set a daily rate, which will allow you to keep tabs on a real estate agent’s availability.
Check your bids and see your final offer When you click “Buy Now” at the bottom of the app and start the process, you’re prompted to confirm your identity, which should only take a few moments.
Once the process is over, the app will show a screen like this to let you know if your bid is the final offer.
If it is, you are free to proceed.
If you’ve been using the app on a regular basis and haven’t noticed a slight drop in listings, it may have been due to an increase in demand for properties in the area.
According to the company, listings have been up in San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles and Seattle.
But the company says listings in the surrounding areas are also up.
“We believe this is due to the rise in demand in these areas,” the company said in a statement.
“This has impacted our ability to deliver the best possible service for our clients and our community.”
KW Real Properties has also added an additional feature that will let you see the market price of your home, the number of sales you have and the number that have closed.
Kowalys newest app will be available for iOS and Android.
Wakegov real Estate Realty Corp. says it has a deal with Omaha’s Wakegov Estate to sell 2.8 million square feet of real estate
Wakegov Real Estate Corp. announced on Tuesday that it has sold two residential properties for $2.8m each, the first of which was the home of a family member, the Omaha World-Herald reported.
The property is located at 6300 N. Main St. and is owned by Wakegov’s parent company, Wakegov Inc., which also owns Wakegov Holdings, the company said in a news release.
The two properties are located at 3100 E. Main and are located in a community known as the “Home of the Gods.”
In the news release, the Wakegov company said that the two properties sold for an average price of $1,723,600.
The company said the purchase was made with a view to maximizing the property’s value.
Wakegov CEO Michael Mertens said in the news conference that the properties were sold to the family and were in good condition.
The properties were purchased by the company in 2016 and have been used as vacation homes, and have since become part of the family’s living space, Mertons said.
The homes, which are situated in an affluent neighborhood, will be used as rentals, and Mertos said the family will be renting the homes out in the spring of 2021.
The Wakegov estate is one of two Wakegov companies to be sold, with the other being the Omaha-based Wakegov Group.
The Omaha-area company was formed in 2010, and it is a subsidiary of Wakegov, the largest real estate investment company in the United States.
Wakegus has sold property for $8.8M and has an ownership stake in the company, according to Merts.
The other Wakegov group real estate transactions included the purchase of the property of a Nebraska resident in August 2021 for $1.2 million and the sale of the properties of two Omaha residents for $500,000 in June 2021.
Wakegan’s Omaha-headquartered parent company is a division of Wakegum Corporation.