Real Estate Tip of the Week: There’s an App for That
The real estate industry is constantly transforming and changing in lieu of technological advancements – which means as an agent, you need to stay informed on all of the new updates.
Luckily, there are apps that can help separate you from the pack.
Here are some of the best apps you can use as a real estate agent:
Realtor.com®’s Street Peek & Sign Snap Feature
Street Peek allows users to point their phone at homes to have instantaneous property details surface about the home’s you’re currently facing. This allows users to see the information they need to know about homes on any street.
The Sign Snap feature allows users to snap a photo of a For-Sale sign to immediately receive more listing details of a home.
If you have a buyer that is looking to purchase remotely, then LionDesk might be the app to use to showcase potential homes.
This app lets you seamlessly add videos to your emails and text messages – you can upload your own videos or record directly from the app.
LionDesk also offers power dialing and contact management, among other features!
If you don’t have the option (or simply don’t want to) to have a separate business phone, the Sideline app might be a good fit for you. This app allows you to connect one phone with multiple phone numbers that can even offer a different ringtone depending on the type of phone call you’ve categorized it as.
Don’t you just hate having to deal with all of the paperwork when it comes to open houses? With Spacio, you can create digital forms to accurately collect visitor information and even set up follow-up emails after the open house ends.
With DocuSign, you won’t have to worry about all being in the same room at the same time – because let’s face it: we’re all busy. This app allows users to sign electronic signatures on disclosures, forms, and closing paperwork without even having to be in the office.
Research which apps might benefit you as a real estate agent!