Use the Presentation Mode if you wish to take your prospective client through the report in person.
Note: This requires an internet connection to work. If you wish to present your report without relying on an active internet connection, use the Save for Offline Viewing option.
To present your report, tap on Presentation Mode and rotate your device to landscape mode.
Image 1: Accessing Presentation Mode.
Use the arrows on the top right to step through the report.
Image 2: Cover page in Presentation Mode.
Presenting Comparable Rentals
On the Comparable Rentals page, you can:
- tap on Switch to List View to view listings as a list instead of a map
- tap on For Rent to view properties that are currently for rent
- tap on + Add Watchlist to add properties from a relevant watchlist that you have created
The target property is indicated by a location pin with a star on it. Tap on Switch to List View to view properties in a list.
Image 3: Switching views and filtering properties.
Tap on a property's location pin or the house icon on the value bar at the bottom of the screen to view more details about a specific property. Tap on the arrow on the property details card to view information such as:
- year built
- days on market
- distance to the target property
Image 4: Viewing property details.
Presenting your appraisal
On the Valuations page you will see suburb statistics and CoreLogic's Valuation Estimate for the target property.
Image 5: Suburb statistics and valuation estimate.
If you do not wish to include the CoreLogic Valuation Estimate in your presentation, tap on Presentation Mode Settings and use the toggle to hide it.
Image 6: Hiding the CoreLogic valuation estimate.
You may tap on the appraisal value and enter a revised figure or price range.
Image 7: Editing your appraisal.
Emailing your presentation
On the last page, you'll have the option of emailing the report to your prospective client. Enter their email address and tap Send PDF. Your prospective client will receive an email and be able to download the Rental CMA report accordingly.
Image 8: Emailing your presentation.