Southern California's real estate industry is getting its first instant offer platform

March 23, 2020
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Windwater Instant Offer is launching its premiere solution: a new industry-first tech product for Southern California.

The instant offer model was popularized in residential real estate with companies like Opendoor, Zillow Instant Offers, Offerpad, and RedfinNow. Now, WindWater Instant Offer (WindWater IO) is the first to apply this model to CRE.

The digital tool uses an algorithm to determine a cash purchase price for commercial properties, giving the owner an instant offer range. WindWater’s platform provides all-cash offers and the flexibility to close on your own timeline. The digital tool uses an algorithm to determine a cash purchase price for commercial properties, giving the owner an instant offer range.

Resident real estate was transformed by instant pricing tools beginning in 2015 and WindWater is the first company to bring the technology to the commercial real estate sector.

“WindWater Instant Offer is the perfect solution for sellers who need to move quickly or those who want the certainty of a cash offer,” said Rudy Caamano, CEO of WindWater. “WindWater is empowering sellers by using technology to make real estate more transparent than ever.”

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March 23, 2020

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