Las Vegas MLS to give agents new CRM, mobile app products

The Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors will now provide members with Prospects CRM and MLS-Touch, it was announced Monday.

3 ways I use tech to maintain (and deepen) client relationships

Integrate your personality, interests and passions with the latest tools and techniques to stay in touch with clients both personally and on a broadcast basis. It’s a winning formula that will help your business grow. Here’s how to do it strategically.

Why cookie cutter tech just doesn’t cut it

“We offer that tool, if only our agents would use it!” These words are uttered by nearly every leader of a brokerage firm. Each day, agents and teams eagerly present the next ‘game-changing’ tool to their brokerage leadership with the promise of it making them more productive.

Can Elm Street Technology’s business productivity solution Elevate boost profits?

Smartly packaged from an assemblage of established technologies, Elm Street Technology’s Elevate is business productivity software for mid-size brokerages to manage leads, clients and agent performance. But it’s among tough competition.

How to make the most of your day off

In a field where there’s an expectation of being responsive and “on” constantly, you’re bound to burn out if you don’t take time off. Here’s how to squeeze the most out of a day off.

Brivity emphasizes follow-up and automation, starting with its websites

Ben Kinney Companies’ Brivity is team-focused real estate software that uses web-based lead capture to nurture leads into clients and manage their status with an included CRM.

MoxiWorks launches new referral program, Intros

With Intros, real people nurture leads from brokerage databases until they’re ready to be personally introduced to an agent.

TotalBrokerage stays on mission with QuickBooks, Facebook updates

Four-star rated and broker-developed, TotalBrokerage worked on a lot of new things during the past year, including updates with Facebook and QuickBooks. It all looks good, but do its new features and efficiencies come with a caveat?

Exiting real estate: How sellable is your business?

Part 1 of this series looked at your mindset and whether you’re well prepared to leave the business. The next step is determining the value of your business and what you can do to enhance its value prior to your sale.  

Speed-to-lead: The mission-critical step where most agents fall short

Every agent’s book of business is going to vary. Your “pie” of lead sources might look something like this: 50% referral business, 30% online leads, 20% open houses. Some years referral business will boom and in others, it will inevitably slow down.