AdjustMyPrice.Com Launches Web-Based Automated Price Adjustment Tool for Real Estate Agents

Share Article, a real estate technology company, recently launched a price adjustment tool for real estate agents. The patent-pending tool automates the task of getting price adjustments on overpriced listings. is a patent-pending tool designed to encourage overpriced sellers to adjust their price so that their homes will sell. does this by sending automated statistical reports to sellers at regular intervals during the listing term. The report informs the seller 1) the number of days their home has been on the market, 2) the current list price, and 3) the suggested price (current market value). Sellers can adjust their price by clicking the AdjustMyPrice button in the e-mail message. The report contains information that the listing agent has input into their AdjustMyPrice control panel. Price adjustments are emailed to the listing agent and transferred to their control panel. was founded by Texas-based Realtor Knolly Williams. In sales and marketing for more than 20 years, Knolly is ranked among the top 1% of real estate agents in one of North America's top real estate markets.

In his first three months in real estate, Knolly took more than 30 listings. Operating with efficiency and automation would allow him to list 80 to 100 homes a year, with only a part-time assistant, and working a regular 40-hour work week. An entrepreneur since 1992, Knolly began using the prototype for over a year ago.

"I'm a student of efficiency and automation," says Williams. "I am convinced that virtually every listing will sell if priced right. Still, most sellers want to price their properties a little high," he explains. " automates the once-arduous task of approaching sellers for a price adjustment and allows the users to sell more properties and generate more income in less time."

For additional information on the price adjustment tool or for a PDF, contact Knolly Williams, Director of Public Relations,, by e-mailing media @, or visiting


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