Conjunctional agents in Eagle allows you to create and add conjunctional agents to your commercial listings in Eagle, then push them to Real Commercial and Commercial Real Estate.

In this article:

How to create conjunctional agents

  1. Navigate to Settings (top right corner)

  2. In the left menu, click into Conjunctional Agents (requires the Agents > Manage permission)

  3. Click Add New and fill in the fields:

    1. Name (displayed in Eagle and on Commercial Real Estate)

    2. Real Commercial

      1. REA agent ID - obtain this from Real Commercial or the agency you list with (each conjunctional agent will have their own unique REA agent ID). Real Commercial displays agent details on your listings based on the agent ID provided.

    3. Commercial Real Estate

      1. Domain agency ID - obtain this from Commercial Real Estate or the agency you list with (all conjunctional agents within an agency will share a single Domain agency ID). Commercial Real Estate displays agent details on your listings based on the details you enter below:

        1. Telephone

        2. Mobile

        3. Email

        4. Fax

  4. Tick the Active checkbox to allow the conjunctional agent to be added to listings in Eagle (setting to inactive does not remove the conjunctional agent from listings they have already been added to)

Note: Conjunctional agents that are not active can not be added to new listings, however they will continue to display on sold/leased listings for historical purposes.

How to add conjunctional agents to listings

  1. Navigate to a commercial listing, then click into the Listing Details tab

  2. Scroll down to the Conjunctional Agents section

  3. Use the dropdown to search for and select a conjunctional agent to add to the listing

Note: You can add up to 3 conjunctional agents on a listing, subject to a total of 4 listing agents across both normal and conjunctional agents

For any further assistance with conjunctional agents, please contact the Eagle Support Team P: (03) 9016 0444 E: [email protected].

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