At the 2013 International Builders Show in Las Vegas this January, technology writer and reviewer David Pogue combed through the latest online advancements and sorted out the ones to which audience members ought to direct their attention.
Concerns over data security are heating up across the country. Brokerage owners and salespeople alike must ensure they're doing what they can to keep from landing on the wrong side of a data breach charge.
Approach the promotion of your local experience and expertise with the needs of your consumers in mind. Before you know it, you’ll be a trusted resource — and the person they turn to when the time comes to buy or sell their homes.
You’re making connections on social networks, generating traffic to your blog, and drawing consumers to your site via search results. All of that doesn’t mean much if you aren’t getting those connections to supply their contact info, request more information about your services or listings, or ask for an appointment.
Smartphone and tablet users are discovering there’s an app for almost everything, from managing leads to annotating contracts. Take a closer look at 10 of the most useful mobile apps for real estate pros.
The value you get from your tech tools depends on your ability to unlock their full potential to generate leads, spread the word about properties, and close transactions. Let these four tech-savvy pros show you how.
When it comes to technology, you shouldn’t let the hype around the latest and greatest solutions prevent you from considering affordable products that can meet your standards. Here’s a snapshot of what’s available at both the high and low ends in three categories of products widely considered to be “must haves” for real estate professionals.
Experts in real estate technology argue that online media is causing real problems for practitioners and consumers and how they connect with each other. What are these issues, and what can you do about them?