Consumers can turn to one of the many Web-based home valuation sites for a price estimate of almost any home in the country. As useful and services may seem to buyers and sellers, you've probably discovered by now that the price estimates are usually far from accurate.
A battery drain could translate into a missed call, unanswered e-mails, or photos that can’t be snapped on schedule. Fortunately, there are simple things you can do to extend the life of your batteries and prevent unforeseen drains from becoming disasters.
January’s annual tech twosome — the Consumer Electronics Show and the Macworld Expo — showcased new product concepts and practical solutions to make work life easier and more productive for anyone who‘d rather spend their time in the field than tucked away in an office.
Make sure you’re marketing your listings on a wide array of Web sites that are popular with consumers, and in turn you’ll get a wide array of visitors linking back to you. Here are four popular and free sites to help you increase your listings’ exposure.
Succeeding in today’s challenging real estate environment means honing your skills and focusing on customer needs and desires, say speakers at the 2007 REALTORS® Conference & Expo. Here, we bring you advance insights from three of the more than 200 sessions planned for the Las Vegas conference.
Footage of the spa-retreat master bedroom or the gourmet kitchen can generate buzz for your listings — without buyers ever having to step foot in the house. But amateur filmmakers quickly discover that video tours are more work than just point-and-shoot.
Here’s a sampling of the latest wide-angle solutions being offered by some popular camera makers. With the abundance of options, and more affordable prices, you’ll never have to settle for a partial-room photo again.
With so many tech choices, there’s little room for excuses that you missed that call. These latest tools give you new ways to stay connected with prospects and clients, so you’ll never again have to miss a business opportunity, whether you’re at work or at play.
An array of new and significantly enhanced technologies — from cell phones with GPS capabilities to ultra-mobile computers — hold the potential to make you more productive and better connected from wherever your work takes you.
After much hype, Microsoft Corp. is set to officially release the latest rendition of its Windows operating system, Windows Vista, which is expected to be a significant upgrade over the Windows XP line that launched in 2001.
As this latest wave of smartphones demonstrates, the trend is toward more compact devices that don’t sacrifice performance. If you carry a cell phone now — and who in real estate doesn’t? — it might as well be a smartphone.