Michael Antoniak is a journalist and technology expert with a focus on real estate applications. He also writes about real estate technology at his blog, RealTechTools, and has published an e-book on Essential Technology for Mobile Professionals. He can be contacted at email@example.com.
With the announcement of the iPhone 6s, Apple changes its contract terms so practitioners can now have the latest technology whenever they want.
Some relationship management tools can do anything you want them to, but the time it’ll take to learn the ropes may not be worth it.
While new product versions aim to improve the user experience, you'll want to test your selection before committing to it.
Keep these things in mind as you try different products.
From basic products to full real estate suites, take a look at these options and see what you get for your money.
The majority of real estate business solutions have been aimed at residential practitioners, but more robust options are on the way for commercial agents.
Whether you’re managing 100 or 1,000 rentals, make sure the software you use for your business reflects the way you work.
This is still a business based on relationships. So no matter the management system you use, the human touch is still necessary.
You’ll want to make sure whatever product you choose can perform these functions.
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