5 Top Technology Platforms Brokerages Should Consider

As the real estate industry continues to evolve, technology has become a crucial aspect of every brokerage’s success. With so many platforms available, it can be overwhelming to decide which ones deserve investment. More sophisticated companies will likely look at this list and say, “duh,” However, they might be surprised at how many owners simply aren’t aware. Here are the top 5 technology platforms a real estate brokerage should consider:

1. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Software: A CRM system is essential for managing client relationships and tracking leads. It allows brokers to organize and analyze data, automate tasks, and improve communication with clients. Some popular CRM platforms include Chime, Boomtown, MarketLeader, MoxiEngage, and many more.

2. Virtual Tour Software: With the pandemic limiting in-person showings, virtual tours have become a popular way to showcase properties. Virtual tour software like Matterport, Ricoh 360, and Tour Wizard can create 3D tours that give clients a realistic view of a property without physically being there. Some also offer add-ons for dollhouse views and fairly accurate floorplans.

3. Social Media Management Tools: Social media is a powerful tool for real estate brokers to connect with potential clients and promote their listings. Social media management tools like Hootsuite, Buffer, and Sprout Social can help brokers manage multiple social media accounts, schedule posts, and track engagement. You may also consider automation services like RoomVu.

4. Electronic Signature Software: Signing documents electronically has become the norm in the real estate industry. Electronic signature software like DocuSign, AuthentiSign, and Adobe Sign can streamline the signing process, reduce paperwork, and improve efficiency.

5. Website and IDX Integration: A brokerage’s website is often the first impression potential clients have of the company. A well-designed website with integrated IDX (Internet Data Exchange) can provide clients with up-to-date property listings and information. Platforms like WordPress, Squarespace, and Wix offer website building tools and IDX integration options.

In conclusion, investing in technology platforms can help real estate brokerages improve efficiency, streamline processes, and connect with clients. By considering these top 5 platforms, brokers can stay ahead of the competition and provide exceptional service to their clients.

This article was written with the help of ChatGPT AI.