Best Uses Of Evernote For Real Estate Agents


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Evernote is one of the most popular cloud services, and one of the best text and document cloud apps on the web. It has many uses in real estate, and actually most (if not all) aspects of a transaction can be handled directly from Evernote. This makes it possible for a real estate agent to go completely paperless and perform all real estate business from mobile locations. There is no necessity for an office anymore.

Evernote has features that allow real estate agents to quickly jot down important notes either by typing or by audio, which can be useful if you are driving down the road and need to jot down a thought, idea or memo that you may not remember later.


Create, edit and legally sign documents within Evernote

Documents can be created directly within Evernote or they can be transferred from another cloud service such as Google Docs in Google Drive. These documents can then be shared directly with your client if they have Evernote, or you can share the documents by using Dropbox or some other cloud service. By using Docusign, documents can be legally signed by yourself and the client without making unnecessary trips to and from an office or place of business. This saves much time and money and helps speed up transaction completion times.

Easily share documents and files with clients

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For even more efficiency, you can use a cloud synchronization and backup service such as cloudHQ to sync your data from Evernote to other cloud services so that the documents can be shared with clients much faster. For instance, by using cloudHQ to automatically sync your files from Evernote to Dropbox , you will have a copy in Dropbox immediately which can then be shared with the client by simply dragging and dropping the file into a Dropbox folder that you are sharing with the client.


Backup is essential

By having a sync set up between Evernote and Dropbox (or other cloud service of your choice), you will also have a complete database of all files for easy searching. If you have files stored in Dropbox, Documents stored in Evernote and Google Drive, and more files stored in Box and SkyDrive, you may have a hard time searching for all of your files. But if you set up cloudHQ to sync all of these cloud services to one backup cloud account, you will have a complete, searchable database of all files. It's very important that you keep a backup of all files anyways- in case something happens and you experience data loss in one of your other cloud accounts, you will still have a complete secondary copy of all files and it can easily be restored.

Take photos directly from Evernote

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Photos can be taken directly through the Evernote app on a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet. If you have a decent camera on your device, this makes it easy to flip on the Evernote app and start taking snapshots of a property, which are then automatically saved to the Evernote notebook of your choice. Even if you don't have a decent camera on your phone but you have a good stand-alone camera, you can take your high-quality photos with your camera, send them to Dropbox, and, using cloudHQ, sync them to Evernote so you have all of your listing and transaction files organized in the same area.







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