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How to Manage Offers on Your Listing
How to Manage Offers on Your Listing

The simplest way to receive offer documents, compare key details, manage negotiations and finalize the contract

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Written by David Welsh
Updated over a week ago

This article shows Listing Agents how to manage and review offers for a transaction before rejecting, accepting, or countering the offer.

You learn how to:

  • set up custom Offers instructions for Buyer's Agents

  • use your custom transaction link to receive Offers into Glide

  • manage, review and compare all received offer details

  • share or present offers and recommendations with your Sellers

Opening the Offers page

1. Go to the Home page and select a transaction.

2. On the left menu, click "Offers."

  • The Offers page opens.

Adding an offer

There are two ways for an offer to be stored within the relevant transaction.

  • share a unique link directly with the prospective buyer's agents or post the link publicly on the MLS

  • manually enter the offer details and upload the documents

Sharing a link

Each transaction has a unique link that lets a buyer's agent submit an offer to you via Glide. The link is on the Offers dashboard.

Copy and paste the link into an email message, SMS or on the "agent remarks" section of the MLS.

Adding the link to MLS pages

All Listing Agents can add the Glide transaction link to their MLS listing remarks.

Add custom instructions to the link

The listing team can attach specific instructions to the listing link, which are visible to the buy-side. The listing team can also activate a notification feature: receive an SMS each time an offer is submitted via the link.

Glide's Property Portal

When a Buyer's Agent clicks the transaction link or Submit Offer button, the Glide Property Portal for this transaction opens in a browser tab.

  • From this page, Buyer's Agents can create and submit an offer directly to the Listing Agent's Glide transaction by clicking Submit Offer.

Reviewing Offer Details

Offline Offers

If you receive an offer outside of Glide, you can still use Glide to compare offer details and facilitate the negotiation. The second option is to enter details from an offer directly into your Glide listing transaction.

  • Glide designed the Offers workflow so that either side or both sides can benefit. It does NOT require both sides of the transaction to use Glide to benefit.

  • Listing Agents can select to Add Offer to enter key details for comparison, upload and save documents and

Offers in Glide

The Offers Management page will display each offer received through Glide as well as key terms for comparison and the status of each offer.

At this point, you have one or more offers presented in a table layout.

To change the view, click the Switch to Compare view button to create a side-by-side display.

Side by side display

In Compare mode, Glide presents summary information in horizontal columns.

1. Scroll down the page to compare key details for each offer, including price, financing, and contingencies.

2. Click the View button to open a new page with offer details.

3. Click the drop down menu to determine the status of the offer.

4. Click the Switch to Table view button to leave the Compare display.

Reviewing offers in Table view

In Table view, the listing team can see offer details and add feedback.

1. Mark an offer as a favorite (optional).

2. Hover the mouse on fields to see details.

3. To add notes, click on the offer and scroll down to the bottom. Clients or team members can review this.

Sharing offers with clients

The listing team can share offers with clients. As a Listing Agent, you have two powerful sharing tools:

  • Sharing in Client Workspace mode

  • Present mode

To learn more about sharing offers, click the link below and read:

Responding to offers

Once you have one or more offers, what's the next step? There are several possible responses to offers.

The agent can:

The steps for taking these three possible actions are described in different articles linked above. For more information, click a link to open an article.

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