¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!
Real Estate Brokers

¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

Everyone at W&R Studios, the creators of Cloud CMA and Cloud Streams, would like to wish you a Happy Cinco de Mayo! Celebrated with traditional Mexican dishes like Carnitas, Mole, Guacamole, and of course Margaritas, it is a widely celebrated holiday, especially here in sunny southern California. Surprisingly, most people don’t know the true meaning of Cinco de Mayo. Often confused as Mexican Independence Day (which is actually September 16th), Cinco de Mayo actually commemorates when the Mexican army defeated the French in the Battle of Puebla in the Franco-Mexican War in the 1860s.

So every year on the 5th of May, we celebrate Mexican Culture. With that said, check out a few fun facts below as we look at this culture as it applies to real estate and Cloud CMA.


Did you know that you can create Cloud CMA reports in Spanish? This is an awesome option to offer your clients! Many times, real estate sites are completely geared towards English-only speakers. We understand that this does not suit every client of yours, which is why we give you the option to generate reports for your Spanish-speakers!

How to set it up
Although we have offered this feature for quite some time, it is often over looked and missed! Underneath the “customize” tab when you are creating a Cloud CMA report, there is a drop down to select your Language. Simply select Spanish and publish your report!

When we released this feature back in 2012 we released this fun video to celebrate. In case you missed it, check out our Mariachi friends!



2 responses to ‘¡Feliz Cinco de Mayo!

  1. Hi Alex,
    Adding the Power Pack should not affect your ability to publish reports in Spanish. However, Spanish is unavailable when using a “Heritage” or “Custom Theme”. If you switch your “theme” to a “Franchise” theme, you’ll be able to publish reports in Spanish as well as use the Power Pack materials. I hope this helps – call us if you have further questions: 855.977.8834

  2. I used to enjoy the Spanish CMA reports, but the moment I upgraded to the CMA Power Pack, I lost the ability to publish in Spanish. I sent Tech Support a request to look into this but have not heard back.

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