Opinion
The Android and iOS app allows multiple parties to view, screenshot and make a list of what they want to see. This marks a major maturation of video tour proptech
by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 7
Opinion
Apps that focus on only one aspect of the sales funnel are rare. ConnectNow is a value-add web and mobile app for capturing leads quickly and connecting to any CRM or source you use
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 31
Opinion
The result of a chinwag between First American and Boston Consulting Group's Digital Ventures, the app keeps every party in check with the closing process in a hybrid tech-team solution. It offers terrific promise for the future of e-closings
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 24
Opinion
The product brings together a number of stand-alone proptech innovations owned by Constellation Real Estate Group to efficiently serve large brokerages and multiple listing services — but is it what they need?
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 17
Opinion
The powerful touring app is already behind national virtual showing products for eXp and RE/MAX, and it has experienced 1,000% growth in just over one month
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 10
Opinion
Co-founded by a former agent and currently available to New York City agents, the web and mobile video listing portal has its sights set on major market expansion, and it might have the chops to pull it off
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 3
Opinion
Another option for agents and marketing staff looking to bring their design in-house, this web-based marketing resource provides creative cues, just enough brand control and plenty of value
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 26
The CRM is the most talked about and crucial tech investment brokers make for their businesses, but adoption and long-term commitment can be problematic. Do it right this time
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 22
Opinion
With its own FDIC-insured savings account and a sharp, well-executed experience, Digs is part fintech, part proptech, and it's designed to help agents help clients buy their first home
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 19
Opinion
Partnering with MLSListings, Inc. of Northern California, the software company's consumer search app misses the mark on several fronts but mainly in its core purpose: consumer home search
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 12
Opinion
The Toronto-based photography and 3D tour provider puts a very slick, all-inclusive spin on getting everything you need to visually market listings — at an affordable price
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 5
Opinion
The small New York City brokerage has always been tech-focused, but growth and the need for more business efficiencies led to the development of Alfred, an in-house lead and marketing solution
by Craig C. Rowe | May 29
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
When it dominates any conversation about how technology is changing the industry — in an era of amazing innovation — is the CRM really doing enough for real estate? As the de facto, must-have industry tech tool, it's time for true innovation
by Craig C. Rowe | May 4