How do you ensure that your Web site—now an essential marketing tool—is as effective as it can be at drawing home buyers and sellers and keeping them interested in all you have to offer? Here, some industry leaders give their views on what Web site features keep customers coming back for more.
How’s this for a horror story: You sit down at your desk in the morning, switch on you PC, and there’s nothing there—no record of your appointments, no listing contracts, no contact database. How long would it take for you to recreate or retrieve all of your lost information?
Whether you’re in the market for a first digital camera or looking to step up from the unit that’s already paid for itself in savings on film and developing, you’ll be well served with one of this year’s models.
There are several technology vendors that have thoroughly researched your specialized needs to create tailored combinations of products and features for real estate. Here is a list of some companies’ special programs devoted to the real estate industry.
As the year winds down, the holiday lull presents an opportunity to step back and review the tech tools you’ve been using and consider ways you might invest in the new for a more productive, competitive year.
Services like iPhonebook and iDatebook offer an economical way to level the field between the techno-savvy and techno-phobic. You can have instant access to your data even if a cell phone is about as deep as you want to go into mobile technology.
Real estate professionals say an online presence is second only to posting a For Sale sign for generating sales leads, according to a survey just released by Next Phase Media, a Web-based referral company.
By combining the convenience of voice-driven services with the practical simplicity of a device as popular as the cell phone, NewportWorks may offer a solution to help level the playing field between “techno-phobic” and “tech-savvy” real estate practitioners.
The upfront cost of a high-volume, color printer, combined with ongoing expense of ink and other consumables and a technical service contract can quickly tax a technology budget. But if color is critical to you and your clients, these deals offer turnkey solutions at a manageable monthly rate.
Whatever your handheld needs, these latest Palm models give the real estate user an even-wider range of choices in both Palm and Pocket PC PDAs. Whether you’re looking for power, simplicity, or fast photos, there’s a PDA out there for you.
Color printer maker Oki Data Americas wants to be your partner in print. And it’s proving it by releasing a selection of new hardware/software bundles for producing the color document used to promote real estate.