Real Estate Exchange.com, or www.REE.com, for short is designed to provide you with an efficient and accurate way of locating people who want the property you have and who have the property you want.
We provide you with a meeting place where you can generate tremendous exposure on your exchange properties. From Real Estate Exchange.com you can send and receive proposals on an endless supply real estate across the nation.
From the Home Page, you can use the Quick Search to locate general types of property for exchange. You can also use the Property Search in the left margin for specific requests. This browsing can be done without Signing In.
When you Add Property and Submit Proposals we need to know who you are. This way your properties and proposals can be organized for you in one location for easy referencing.
To Add Properties and Submit Proposals you need to Register and Sign In. Once you have registered you just sign in with your user name and password on future visits.
Your properties and proposals will then be placed in a location called
From My Desktop, you can edit and/or delete your properties.
You can also find an exact match (2-way exchange) or
who want the property you have and who have the property you want.
From the Have/Want search results on your Desktop an
is created. Here you can structure the transaction and add other properties
(up to 4 legs) to the exchange if you choose to.
You can also Find the missing leg from within the worksheet.
From the Worksheet, a
Page is created using the link in the left
margin. The Balance Equities page confirms the property each party receives and
then balances the equities. Text boxes are provided so the terms and conditions
of the transaction can be drafted. At any time you can take a break and your
Worksheet and Proposals will automatically be saved to your Personal Desktop for
When you are finished structuring your exchange you can submit the proposal to all parties in the transaction via email. This proposal submitted is a non-binding proposal. It is your idea for putting together a transaction that needs to be agreed upon and finalized by the other party(s) involved.