Opinion
This software is ideal for those agents and teams that are already comfortable with being on camera but need a better way to organize the marketing and outreach efforts around video content
by Craig C. Rowe | May 22
A matchmaking lead service that does a good job at overlapping buyers and sellers with the best agent, but it doesn't come cheap
by Craig C. Rowe | May 15
Opinion
Quigler uses state law and NAR Code of Ethics deal practices to manage real estate transactions and buyer and seller communications. But is it a guarantee of regulatory perfection?
by Craig C. Rowe | May 8
Opinion
There's potential in this free app's value to open house marketing, but its developer needs to delve deeper into its competition and find out more about how agents leverage open house contacts
by Craig C. Rowe | May 1
Opinion
With a number of photography and virtual showing experiences, TruPlace is showing it can compete with the top of the market. It only needs to enter more markets to gain a strong hold in the industry
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 24
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
Opinion
The president of a 200-agent boutique brokerage in Atlanta developed a solution for helping agents educate clients on the rise of iBuyers
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 10
Opinion
The on-demand marketing content provider debuted at Startup Alley two years ago and at ICNY20, revealed its newest feature, a slick, text-based social media content delivery service.
by Craig C. Rowe | Apr 3
The design software with millions of users is now offering its sharp, creative marketing-asset design tool to the real estate industry, and there's nothing not to like about it.
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 27
Led in part by a Portland, Oregon-based Keller Williams agent, BrokerHive assigns tasks and pays agents to support their colleagues, helping new agents learn and top producers to keep producing
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 20
Gary Keller's declaration of becoming a tech company will never be technically correct, but in terms of offering agents smart tools to better their business, the company is delivering. The KW app is the latest proof.
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 13
The altruistic and agent-minded networking site was designed to give agents a 'safe space' for industry collaboration, but that very effort could hamper adoption. It will offer a free CRM, websites, and digital business cards
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 6
Phoenix-based but expanding to other Western cities, this practical, agent-focused website builder offers IDX websites, basic marketing and lead tracking tools
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 28
Opinion
A proptech entrepreneur who sold his previous company to RealPage has launched an app that pays agents to show apartments on behalf of busy property managers
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 21
From the glamorous to the absurd, these accounts will lift your spirits and provide useful information
by Elana Delafraz | Feb 10
The real estate technology company's newest product uses BrokerWolf's static back-office accounting data to help brokers make dynamic, business-driven decisions
by Craig C. Rowe | Feb 7