5: Become an "A" Rated Agent


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Step 1: Quigler is also a rating app

Do you check ratings before you buy something or hire someone?

Of course you do. Today, everyone first checks out a rating somewhere.

Therefore, to be found and hired you need a rating.

A 2016 study by Zillow found that 53% of agents (more than 600 000) are now using rating sites to secure a rating. You must be one of them.

And because 44% of prospective property buyers consider an agent's reputation before they choose them, you need to build your online reputation and maximize your good ratings to survive in this business.

Step 2: Keep up your stellar reputation

Simply put, Quigler helps you to get and keep your "A" rating.

Even better: Quigler's ratings are based on objective industry best practices - practices you learned in licensing school, in your continuing education classes, and in your quadrennial Code of Ethics training.

Step 3: Understand why each action is required of you

Forgot to do something?

Never worry again. You have the "Why?" and "Tips" links to always guide you through what you need to do, when you need to do them.

Quigler puts everything required of you in the palm of your hand. Now you'll never miss a Step or an Action in the whole process.

In the "Practice Makes Perfect" tutorial you've already practiced how to make sure you always get an "A" rating.

Step 4: Check your rating

Best of all, you can see how you're doing 24/7.

Got less than an "A" rating?

No problem. Quigler makes it easy to correct this by giving you a warning whenever you're putting a foot wrong: When an Action is marked red you know this aspect needs attention.

Step 5: Don't make thoughtless mistakes

Quigler will send you a warning and provide you with a pop-up asking: "Are you sure?"

Now, you can instantly correct small but costly mistakes, meaning that you're always operating at peak performance.

Objective ratings in real time that ensure you're always operating at an "A" rating. How's that for an app "WOW factor"?

Step 6: How does the grading system work?

Here's how you can fully control your objective "A" rating.

Every Quigler step is worth 100 points and each Action in that Step is equally weighted (For example, 10 Actions in one Step means each Action is worth 10 points).

When you finish the Actions under a Step, Quigler issues a "Step Rating". 90-100 points is A- to A+, 80-89 points is B- to B+, and so on.

When you complete the Actions for two or more Steps, your ratings for each are averaged and you get an "Ongoing Grade".

Step 7: Grade for the whole transaction

Finally, when you finish the transaction, all your "Step Grades" are averaged to produce your "Final Grade" which you can choose to publish on your profile.

And remember, as you move through this process, you can always keep track of how you're doing.

Step 8: Check how you're doing

You're always on track with your client and you always control your rating by knowing exactly what you're supposed to do.

It's all simple, easy and fast. Aren't you glad to have Quigler?