Opinion
Customer relationship management solutions are critical to most in the industry, but they can be challenging to choose. Although common, these features can be executed in a myriad of ways
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 30
The industry is becoming ever-more technology driven, digital and at arm's length. These common terms can help you understand what technology vendors are trying to sell you
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 22
Subtle marketing or legit leak? Either way, Apple's iPhone 12 will be larger and faster, and it's rumored to come with lidar scanning tech on its three-lens, 3D camera
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 21
An Atlanta real estate law firm has been conducting mobile closings for 14 years. A global pandemic has given their model, as well as emerging closing technologies fresh, much-needed attention
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 21
Opinion
The app comes with a shot list and in-screen shooting recommendations to ensure users capture everything that makes a video worth watching. It was developed by a filmmaker and former Sotheby's executive
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 17
The fax machine is finally put to rest. With the onset of e-closing platforms and RON, the real estate sales cycle is 100% online, mobile and in the cloud. Here's a quick list of vendors for each phase of the deal
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 17
Opinion
Made for the iPhone, Yaza automatically maps every place you record a video, making it an ideal technology for property tours and neighborhood marketing
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 17
Consumer-facing, agent-branded app is based on planetRE's CRM and transaction management products, and it includes SOC 2-compliant e-signature tools for mobile agreements and documentation
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 18
Opinion
With its latest features that include client-contextual hot sheets and auto-mileage trackers, the app is still worthy of its 5∂-star rating
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 18
With national MLS and lifestyle search capabilities, the app is just getting started in its pursuit to both help agents stay connected with their databases and compete with home search mammoths
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 3
The Consumer Electronics Show took place in Las Vegas last week. To no one's surprise, the market for connected devices and smart home appliances only got bigger. And Procter & Gamble rolled out a robot that delivers toilet paper.
by Craig C. Rowe | Jan 17
Opinion
We reviewed First in 2017. It has since gone mobile-only and encourages users to uncover new business from existing contacts and by keeping a pulse on the flow of the market
by Craig C. Rowe | Dec 20
This 4-star rated app is centered on existing networks rather than fresh leads. The new feature called Personal Network Efficiency lets agents know how much money they are winning (and losing) in their database
by Craig C. Rowe | Dec 3
Connect flashback: Katie Lance explains how to enhance your social media and video efforts without spending a dime
by Inman | Nov 19
Identity verification software Kleard pushes into self-guided buyer tours by partnering with a smart-lock manufacturer. The product launches in early 2020 with availability in 23 markets
by Craig C. Rowe | Nov 8
First reviewed 4 years ago, OutboundEngine has released a new feature that automates multiple types of social media advertising campaigns
by Craig C. Rowe | Oct 11