By Joanna Williams
Your customers have spent days on end with you looking for the perfect home. Do you really want to take up more of their precious time meeting face-to-face and asking for signatures on a stack of paperwork? Probably not. Learn to use digital signatures as a service to your customers.
When customers in the pipeline, current clients, past clients, cooperating agent contact information and the paperwork involved in a transaction leave you scattered, turn to Evernote. It not only serves as enhanced brain storage, but it also allows for extreme organization.
How many times have you finished a listing appointment, put the sign in the yard and gone back to the office to find out you forgot to put the lockbox on the door with the spare key? Create a listing checklist in Evernote, and never be embarrassed again.
How about the last time a past customer called you and you had to pretend to know who they were and what house they purchased? Create customer notebooks with detailed checklists along with conversation notes and then share it with your customer to keep all parties on the same page.
A quick web search for “Evernote for Real Estate” will provide hundreds of ideas to help ease your stress and become more efficient.
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