You can alleviate some contact management problems by establishing a routine maintenance schedule for purging “deleted” records. Just as your car needs regular tune-ups to operate at peak performance, so do your databases.
High-speed Internet connections are the future, despite what you may have read about complaints of spotty service. If you’re ready to merge into the fast lane, it’s time to evaluate broadband options--any data transmission faster than modem access over a standard phone line.
When your buyers want to remodel before they move in or your sellers need to spruce up things before putting their house on the market, and you're stuck for a contractor to suggest to them, Contractor.com can lend a hand.
As a self-confessed technology hobbyist, Ric Parker’s tech equipment inventory may be more than the average salesperson needs or wants. But if you’re eager for an insider’s view on the latest and greatest technology for your home office, take a cue from Ric’s picks.
Looking at your e-commerce future, the way you do business could change considerably. But you can count on one thing: The “sacred space” between you and your clients will be preserved as your industry moves from a paper-based to an electronic transaction.
As an real estate professional, you want to get clients into the best home possible, as soon as possible. For buyers that can't afford the traditional 20 percent downpayment, this might mean recommending private mortgage insurance.