AgentTechnology

4 technologies changing real estate in 2016

Shiny objects worth the distraction
  • If you want to give your real estate business the best chance at realizing its potential, you need to implement the latest technological trends.
  • Advancements in technology will aid in real estate professionals’ efforts to sell homes more than they are aware.
  • It is no longer acceptable for real estate professionals in a competitive environment to rest on their laurels and ignore anything that could provide them with an advantage.

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A simple audit of your average real estate business will most likely reveal a slew of antiquated technologies that are still in use. If for nothing else, real estate professionals are creatures of habit; they are content relying on dated systems that have gotten them to where they are today. I can assure you, however, there is no faster way to cripple a healthy real estate business than by ignoring trends, especially those related to technology. The advent of technology has put the age-old adage “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it” to the test. It's no longer acceptable for real estate professionals in a competitive environment to rest on their laurels and ignore anything that could provide them with an advantage. That said, technology is meant to make our lives easier; anyone not taking advantage of it is essentially doing the opposite. Those who refuse to adopt advancements in technology will be rendered moot by the competition in no time flat. If you want to give...