Today’s blog post is a re-blog from Sam DeBord, Managing Broker with Coldwell Banker Danforth in Seattle, Washington. It originally appeared in InmanNext. We like the post because Sam illustrates the impact technology can have on your real estate sales business. If you commit to investing just 10 to 15 minutes per day learning a new tool, such as a CRM for Agents, you’ll be amazed at how fast you’re up and running.
Enjoy the article:
Homebuyers and sellers today make inferences about real estate agents’ professionalism based on their ability to use current technology. The image we project to the public is heavily influenced by whether or not we keep up with the level of technological service they have come to expect from other industries.
This isn’t about being the most advanced and tech-savvy agent in your city. It’s about adopting the common-sense technology practices that make your business, and your relationship with your clients, more professional. Using technology responsibly and proactively allows us to enhance our outward business persona, as opposed to continually making excuses for why we’re not on board.