Enterprise Mobility / Tech

8 Ways Real Estate Professionals Are Leveraging Mobile Technology

Real estate professionals are a prime example of today’s mobile workforce. They spend a huge percentage of the workweek running from location to location, handling much of their business on the go. It’s a fast-paced industry and these mobile workers will do anything to stay ahead of the game. Mobile technology, especially applications on smartphones and tablets, are expanding the range of tools real estate professionals have at their disposal to be efficient and successful on the go.

Here are eight ways mobile technology is used in real estate:

  1. Recording and sending notes, info, pictures, and videos of locations to clients while still on-site.
  2. Using apps to manage hundreds of showings and open houses. https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/open-house-manager/id412423114?mt=8
  3. Distributing and getting contracts signed from anywhere electronically. This eliminates all the wasted time getting back to a computer or in front of the client in order to close a deal.
  4. Staying in constant contact with clients and colleagues. Real estate opportunities appear and vanish in a blink. Staying ready to act and communicate is crucial.
  5. Offering phone numbers on ‘for sale’ signs that potential customers can text to receive information about the property directly to their cell phones.
  6. Snapping photos of homes for sale, and instantly matching the image and GPS location with real time data on price, size, features, and pictures of the property. http://www.homesnap.com/iphone
  7. Using mortgage calculators to give clients accurate estimates. https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.calculator.mortgage&hl=en
  8. Instantly transforming photos taken into floor plans on-site. http://www.sensopia.com/english/product.html

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