CRMs? Accounting and other real estate broker software? New websites? Who knew real estate-related technology could be so overwhelming? Let us give you a run down of the real estate broker software out there. We'll sort it all out for you.
“Which CRM should I use?” seems to be the most-asked question in the real estate industry right now. It's a question that has every real estate tech company scrambling to create the next best contact management system for real estate pros.
In Part 3 of our Podio tutorial we take a look at some additional fields that you can add to your database and how filtering can help you manage your contacts. We also take a look at webforms, how they are created and what they can be used for.
In Part 2 of our Podio tutorial we dig deeper into the contact management features, show you how to import contacts, and teach you how to sync tasks with your Google calendar.
Podio is a powerful web-based collaboration tool that can serve as a great real estate CRM if you are willing to take a little time to set it up.
You'll get more click-throughs on your real estate photos if you take care to avoid distorted proportions in your images.
Facebook is a valuable marketing tool for real estate agents, but you can't just approach social media without a plan. Here are some general guidelines and specific posting ideas for Facebook.
You've probably heard that you should be using video, but here's something better: four specific reasons that the format is so valuable for real estate professionals
With many home buyers doing their house hunting online, taking great real estate photos for your listing is an absolute necessity. Here are some useful tips and equipment suggestions for getting the perfect shot.
Here are three free Google features that you can use to increase your productivity and get connected with your clients.