Melissa Dittmann Tracey is a contributing editor for REALTOR® Magazine. She can be reached at email@example.com.
Three of the latest gadgets that can help you succeed in real estate.
An interactive floorplan, instant bustle for your home office, and tough storage.
A beacon for sellers, a virtual doorman, and peeking with a cellphone.
Here practitioners with thriving blogs share their tips and advice for getting your first blog started.
A wireless watch, listing cards, and a cargo desk organizer.
Easy car battery charger, a handheld extendable tripod, and an interactive floor plan.
Necessity is the mother of invention. Just ask these five real estate professionals who crafted original solutions to everyday problems, from keeping their cadre of tech tools organized to making For Sale signs visible to buyers after the sun sets.
Think you'd like to bring your new product idea to the masses? Real estate practitioners who've invented novel products share their tips for navigating the invention and patent process.
A wi-fi camera, on-call personal assistant, and a post office for your office.
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Marketing doesn’t have to be expensive to be effective, but delivery is crucial. To make your marketing stand out, it’s imperative to avoid these five common mistakes.
Cell phone safety, Photo Sign Riders, and a fish tank toilet tank.
An instant text messaging service, a magazine subscription closing gift, and a wireless remote camera.
Self-binding kit, a handheld web device, and home shopping at the mall.
Stainless steel paint, a laser tape measure, and a candle safety timer device.
Laptop protectors, cellphone data backup, and layout help.