IQDial is an automated dialer and prospect tracking system ideal for real estate agents.
InstaView 3.0 uses structured data to bake a host of valuable content into a property’s virtual tour. Real estate agent profiles, office services descriptions, upcoming open house dates and times, and listing details are now part of a what person can locate via search engine.
Buddy Agent will launch in Inman Connect New York to show real estate agents how to have a more balanced life by handing off work to accredited colleagues.
I’ve been using Newton for a number of months, and in many ways I find it superior to Gmail. The email application allows for the consolidation of multiple accounts in a clean, sharp interface with an array of built-in efficiencies.
MyHouseHas is an easy app for real estate agents to collect data and create PDFs for new listings.
ZipComps is a new app for real estate agents available in Bay Area and San Diego markets.
Boulevard gives buyer’s agents exactly what they need to quickly create contacts, match them with a few listings and track the relationship as it progresses from preferences to tours to contract.
When it comes to buying software, agents want to know if it will generate more leads. Then they want it to help them manage those leads. Everything else is somewhat ancillary.
During the initial interaction, the BuyerAgentBot draws out users’ preferred ZIP codes, price, number of beds and baths, and communities they’re interested in to populate a relevant list of homes, which are pulled directly from the MLS, current to the last hour.
SalesTalk doesn’t do what half of what most real estate CRMs do, but it can make an agent better at selling real estate, which is what most of those other CRMs don’t do.
Maybe there’s an easier way to build a website for your listing, but until I see it, KoaWare’s Property Site product is the winner.
Not every firm needs a CRM. But many do. Problem is, even in the firms that have a CRM, agents often manage their own contacts their own way. This approach is par for the independent contractor course, but when brokers are investing in lead gen, they have the right to dictate how this data is managed.
A data scientist and ethnographer joined forces to build a software product called Spatial, which adds a first-of-its-kind human-driven social layer to your average rendering of cities, streets, highways lakes and rivers. Pulling from 31 public social media tools, Spatial’s patent-pending Illuminate technology lets users immediately visualize a city’s lifestyle landscape.
Spacio Projects is the latest iPad-compatible app to turn on-site property visits into a bonafide marketing endeavor.
This product looks quite nice and seems to function exactly as it should. But, I’m not totally sold on the premise that your network of home professionals is what will win you business.