Your organization is really important when it comes to maximizing your time as a real estate agent. Wasted time, errors and stress are only some of the pitfalls of poor organization. Thankfully, technology has a big hand in helping you get organized. If you’re looking to add a few more tools to your business, here are some of the best tech tools to keep you organized.
If you find yourself writing notes in a million different places (like notebooks, sticky notes, and random receipts), you’ll be thankful for Microsoft OneNote. As a digital notebook, OneNote not only allows you to create multiple notebooks, leaving your well-intended notes in one place, it also syncs across all your devices. Making checklists, client notes, and templates of any kind is a total breeze, let Microsoft OneNote keep you organized.
As a free budgeting app, Mint.com organizes all your accounts in one place. Tracking income and expenses, Mint also provides alerts (perfect for busy agents), ensuring you never miss a payment. With new features introduced regularly, users are now able to monitor their credit score too.
While signing up for Gmail gives you a free email address including 15GB of storage and brainless search functions, a Gmail address also offers access to some powerful G Suite apps. Google Docs, Google Hangouts, Google Remote Desktop are only some of the free tools available to help you stay organized while connecting with clients and team members.
Allowing you to have multiple (free) colour coded calendars, Google Calendar syncs seamlessly across all your devices, ensuring you never forget where you need to be. Helping to track face-to-face meetings, while also being good for tracking property showings, Google Calendar allows users to set recurring dates like birthdays while sharing individual events and calendars between users.
As a task management app, Trello gives a visual overview of any project. Great for teams, but useful for individual project management too, Trello is best thought of like a whiteboard with post-it notes. Based on the Kanban system, developer by Toyota, Trello clearly identifies what’s being worked on and who is working on it.
If you ever find yourself rushing to your office to scan paperwork into PDF files, now all you need is your phone. Using apps like Genius Scan, users can scan paperwork anywhere and instantly convert them to PDF. Offering the ability to crop, rotate, add filters and format the size, Genius Scan makes scanning paperwork possible anywhere anytime.