Millions of people use a lot of apps in their everyday lives, but real estate professionals might be able to boost their productivity with a careful review of their current options. There are many apps available that can boost users’ efforts to save time and energy, so it’s always a good idea to do a yearly “app-audit” to determine if there are any new apps that offer new efficiencies for business that’s always on the go.
Taking the time to carefully evaluate which apps are being used for real estate-related efforts most often, and how effective they actually are is an ongoing process. For instance, many real estate pros are constantly in need of scanning functionality – and there are plenty of apps – including Scannable – that can scan and automatically crop everything from business cards to receipts, according to Real Estate Tech News.
Increasing efficiency and organization
Likewise, many agents may need scheduling and task management assistance. There are apps that can now automatically, with the help of artificial intelligence, schedule appointments for agents so they don’t conflict with other engagements they’ve already made. Similarly, apps can help create customized lists that help agents check off a number of tasks they need to complete on their way to a larger goal.
Agents can also use apps that help ease the signing process by allowing for eSignatures, build databases, find industry news and more. Often all it takes to unlock these kinds of organizational powers is to carefully evaluate the tasks that need efficiencies, and then do some basic research to see if there’s anything out there that would meet those needs.
What’s the goal?
When trying to find new apps that work for their current and evolving needs, agents need to think about a number of factors, including how to increase personal productivity, ability to communicate with colleagues or clients, and increase engagement with your sphere, according to Fliplet. To that end, it might also be wise to look into apps that can provide information about the local market and the area in general in order to stay on top of the latest developments.
After all, the more you can do to demonstrate a powerful command of local issues – not just related to the real estate aspects of the market – the more likely you’ll engage with would-be buyers and sellers on a deeper level. That, in turn, can not only assist in generating new opportunities that lead to more real estate sales as the buying season gets underway, but also result in strong word of mouth that can help you stand out from your competitors.
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