Michael Antoniak is a journalist and technology expert with a focus on real estate applications. He also writes about real estate technology at his blog, RealTechTools, and has published an e-book on Essential Technology for Mobile Professionals. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You’ll want to make sure whatever product you choose can perform these functions.
Check out some of the best technology solutions for managing properties.
Even as smartphones and tablets become standard devices, many practitioners see the value in a good ol’ PC.
If you’re buying in bulk to equip a real estate team or brokerage, there are some massive deals to be had.
Have questions about what type of computer to get? We can probably answer a few.
Whether you want a stationary computer or a portable one, each has a myriad of options to choose from.
Apple’s latest gadgets promise new features that could further enhance smartphone listing photos and videos, not to mention a host of other upgrades.
Going paperless doesn’t mean you don’t still have certain fiduciary duties.
There will always be those clients who want hard copies of documents. But for everything else, you can keep it in the cloud.
Do you know the difference between a digital signature and an e-Signature?
Real estate practitioners talk about the success they had switching their offices to a paperless system.
Check out these paperless management solutions, from budget-friendly apps to full-service management systems.
Consider what you want your tablet to do. That will help narrow your choices.
The latest advancements in mobile engineering have elevated the performance of tablets. Now, a mobile computer can be your only computer.
A couple of practitioners dish about why they chose their tablets.
You’ll hear these phrases often when you’re looking for a tablet. Know what they mean.
The online retailer’s first smartphone is designed to make the online shopping experience smoother. That may be great for you personally, but you won't get much professional use out of it.
Phablets, or phone/tablet hybrids, come with bigger screens and more advanced features. But they come with their own set of drawbacks, too. Here’s how to decide.
This year, it’s more about upgrading your smartphone than buying a new brand. But there are still plenty of reasons to spend now.
A few practitioners talk about which mobile phones they use and why.
There are plenty of websites that cover news in the mobile-phone market and offer reviews on products. They’ll let you know what you’re getting into before you purchase a phone.
Brush up on your smartphone lingo so you’ll understand what terms mean when assessing a phone.
The options you have as far as what kind of phone you buy will depend on the carrier through which you have your cellular plan. Make sure you like your carrier first.
Fee-based services like these provide real estate–specific solutions for particular channels of marketing communications.
Here are a couple of examples of how real estate professionals are focusing their online communications.