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4 Great Apps for Commercial Real Estate Agents and Brokers

The commercial Real Estate arena is fast-paced and competitive. Oftentimes, work is done while trekking the streets and some of the most time critical information comes when sitting in traffic. For busy Real Estate professionals, here are four apps each with a particular allure — API connection, city-centric, competitor details and analytical — ready to simplify your next drive.


Real Estate Tools: Keep Client Contacts Close With CamCard

June 6th, 2014 – in technology productivity

Have you ever lost a client's business card and had to spend hours trying to find their contact info? The Real Estate industry is about connections. CamCard is one of many resources agents can use to keep their connections close.


HomeSnap — a Clever Peak into Off-Market Real Estate and a Marketing Tool for Agents

You’ve taken your clients to a neighborhood to show a Real Estate property. They decide they’re not interested, but happen to see another home in the area. It doesn’t appear to be for sale. No problem. With HomeSnap, a free mobile app that uses MLS and public record data, you can get details about the home in case it comes on the market in the future.


Invoicera Helps Brokers and Agents Using the Cloud

May 1st, 2014 – in technology productivity

On the road, Real Estate agents don't have the option of printing out a fresh or updated client invoice. Invoicera now provides the luxury of being able to generate invoices on the fly, while meeting homebuyers or sellers, showing properties or staging open houses.


Google Apps is Redefining Productivity in the Real Estate Industry

February 7th, 2014 – in technology productivity

In the Real Estate industry, these days, it’s virtually impossible to get away with not having at least some kind of online presence. Nearly all Real Estate agents have personal websites with their listings. And they should, as eight out of 10 potential homebuyers are looking on the Internet for their new homes. Knowing this, how can you maximize the time and resources spent on the online portion of your business?