5 Tech Tools That Help Real Estate Agents Manage Business

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Are you a real estate agent? Are you aware of the tech tools that can help you in managing your business? Becoming tech savvy can help a real estate agent/professional to manage business in a better way. Go through this article and know about 5 top tech tools that can help a real estate agent to manage his/her business in a better way.

1. Tracking leads in CRM

CRM (Customer Relationship Management) is quite a popular tech tool for managing as well as developing a company’s interactions with its clients and increasing sales prospects. A real estate agent can use Highrise CRM for better management of customer relationships. Apart from helping you in tracking leads and deals, Highrise CRM can also help you in managing e-mails, reviewing conversations along with importing and exporting data easily. Highrise CRM also sends instant reminders through SMS or e-mails.

2. Getting help from social networking websites

With the help of social networking sites, a real estate agent can build contacts that in turn may help in managing business. You can also create a unique business group so as to keep in touch with business networking contacts. Such a popular social networking website is Facebook with the help of which you can increase your client base.

3. Electronic/digital signature services for secure transactions

The electronic or Digital Signature Services (DSS) comprises of two protocols – a signing protocol and a verifying protocol through which a client sends documents to a server and receives bank signature on them. DocuSign is a prominent name in the world of electronic/digital signature services. It is a market leader as well as a global standard for digital signature. Real estate agents can take advantage of such a platform to complete transactions in a safe and secured manner. DocuSign also helps in reducing processing costs to some extent. It is such an electronic signature platform that replaces paper transactions completely.

4. Using Flowtown to know about social media profiles

With the help of Flowtown, you can import all your existing contacts either manually or by using various importing methods such as, GMail, MailChimp, CSV, etc. It can be said that Flowtown helps in creating a rich social profile and the real estate agents can use this tool for customer development. With the help of Flowtown, you can know about the social media profiles attached to the e-mail addresses of the clients. By doing so, you can easily find out whether or not a prospective customer is on LinkedIn, Facebook, etc. that in turn helps in promoting a business to the target individuals.

5. Employing Evernote for automated updation

One of the most valuable tech tools for real estate agents is Evernote. Through Evernote, you can set up automated updation in order to save valuable information. Evernote also helps you in organizing data that are available online. You can locate a specific piece of information and also share it with your selective business contacts. One of the greatest advantages of Evernote is that it can search within PDF (Portable Document Format) files and also uses OCR to search text in the messages. In short, it can be said that Evernote helps in storing as well as locating specific data.

By taking help of these tech tools, a real estate agent/professional can manage his/her business in a better way, thus increasing the chances of maximizing his/her profit.

What’s on your list of top tech tools?