When every good lead is snapped up by other agents, you need technology on your side. I've seen real estate agents that have been successful for years, suddenly being out-performed by "rookies" to the business, just because they understand technology and how to make it work for them. Even if you aren't the most technological-minded agent on the block, you can still take advantage of the many apps and programs specifically designed for real estate agents.
If you sit in a real estate office all day and make phone calls and drive clients around showing them listings, that's great. Except that your rival real estate agents are using apps on smartphones and tablets to access information quickly and they have the ability to work remotely- from their home, while they are on the road, while they are out eating dinner, from practically anywhere they are. This is the new real estate agent. Not bound by a centralized office, they can work from their homes, automobiles, coffee shops, friend's homes, on the beach, or anywhere else they have internet access and mobile service.
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