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What is Anow Connect?
What is Anow Connect?

Check out this article if you're interested in learning more about Anow Connect and what it does for appraisers and ordering clients.

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Written by Riley DiMarco
Updated over a week ago

Appraiser Point of View

Anow Connect is a tool designed to help you get online orders fast, easily, and for free! It's also a fantastic way to keep your clients up-to-date on the status of their orders automatically, so it's no extra work for you.

Step 1: Go to your Anow Connect Settings and copy the Order Form link then send it to your clients or embed it directly on your company website.

Step 2: Once someone places an order with your link, you'll see the order appear in the Pending tab. Accept, review or reject the order as you wish. Accepted appraisals will appear on your dashboard and you can work on them like any other order!

Step 3: Progress on the order will be shared automatically with your client in real time. No need for back and forth emails!

Step 4: Complete the order and deliver the report to your client in no time. All of this can be customized with your companies branding (logo and colors!)

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Client Point of View

With Anow Connect you can place orders online with your favourite appraisers or appraisal companies, then track the progress and status of your orders in a free web-based client portal.

Step 1: First an appraisal company will need to send you the link to their online order form, OR you'll get an email inviting you to join Connect.

Step 2: Sign up for a free client account with your name and email address for the best online ordering experience!

Step 3: Use the Order Form link to place your order. Begin by entering the property address then continue filling out the required information accordingly.

Step 4: Submit your order and begin tracking the progress online! If your order is accepted, you'll see it move through the different statuses as work is done by the appraiser.

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