You have the ability to bring the tools in kvCORE to other websites using embeds and QR codes. These can be used with other tools outside of kvCORE to tie together your online presence.

QR Code FAQ’s and How-To

The QR codes that are visible to you will depend on your access within kvCORE. At the agent level, you will only have access to your QR code information. Admins will be able to choose other QR code recipients within your Company, Office, or Team (depending on the admin level).

QR Code FAQ’s

  • What is a QR Code? - A machine-readable code consisting of an array of black and white squares, typically used for storing URLs or other information for reading by the camera on a smartphone.

  • Why would you use a QR Code? - Marketing Material to guide leads to any specific website and capture leads

  • How would I use a QR Code? - Printed material used to market or in a digital means that can be shared with potential leads

How to Create a QR Code

1.) Place your cursor over the 'Web & IDX' section on the left-hand side

2.) Click on 'Website Embeds'

3.) QR Codes will be the first option to choose from

4.) There are two options of which to choose from - Website QR Codes & Listing QR Codes


Website QR Code

1 - Via the “WEBSITE QR CODE” you can choose the domain you want to use, and create a custom QR Code for it
2 - The system will generate a unique QR Code for that website
3 - Right-click on the image and save the QR Code to your desktop for use

Listing QR Code via The Embeds Tab


1 - Via the “LISTING QR CODE” you can choose the listing you want to use, and create a custom QR Code for it.

  • Type in the MLS Number and the system will match it up automatically

  • Choose the domain to which you want to assign this QR Code

2 - The system will generate a unique QR Code for that listing
3 - Right-click on the image and save the QR Code to your desktop for use

Listing QR Code via The Listing Details Page

1 - Via the Listing Tab, open a Listing to view

2 - Click the 'More Actions' button

3 - Select the 'Generate QR Code' option

4 - Another Tab will open up that will show the QR Code

5 - Right-click on the image, and save it to your desktop for use

Embed FAQ’s and How-To

Depending on your access within kvCORE you may see only your Embed Code information OR you may be able to choose other Embed Code recipients within your Company, Office, or Team.

Embed Code FAQ’s

What is an Embed Code? - Embed code is a piece of HTML code that is generated for a third-party website that a user can copy and paste into their own webpage. This embedded code will then show the same media, application, or feed on the user's web page as it does in the original source.

Why would you use an Embed Code? - An Embed code is a great tool to use as it can bring what you have to offer to other sites that potential leads know about to help guide them to you.

How would I use an Embed Code? - Embed codes are designed so that you can take your kvCORE tools to other 3rd party resources such as a fellow agent or even a Lenders site that you trust.

How to Create an Embed Code

1.) Place your cursor over the 'Web & IDX' section on the left-hand side

2.) Click on 'Website Embeds'

3.) There are three options of which to choose for Embed Code creation - Property Search, Website Widget, and Seller Valuation

Property Search

  • The Property Search provides small or full-size Website Embed Widget codes that you can utilize within other websites to direct them to your kvCORE affiliated website

Website Widget

  • The Website Widget provides a wide Website Quick Search Embed Code that you can utilize within other websites to direct them to your kvCORE affiliated website.

Seller Valuation

  • The Seller Valuation provides an Embed Widget code that you can utilize within other websites to direct them to your kvCORE affiliated website for a property valuation

Need Help? Please chat with Customer Support via the bottom right-hand corner of your dashboard email us at kvCORE@insiderealestate.com

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