One of the most important apps that will help agents get more organized, according to Wise, is Evernote, a collaborative organization tool that captures notes, documents and various file types from email, social channels, and just about any Internet portal. An agent should include notes from their initial conversation with a prospective client and continue to store items all the way through a sale.
Another app-tastic tool that allows agents to consolidate their documents, data and notes is iBook, an online housing storage facility. This is where all MLS sheets, full CMAs and pricing strategy conversations should be kept.
For pricing strategy, Wise recommends a couple of apps, including Numbers, a spreadsheet app that provides sellers with a net calculator that can help them see all the important figures involved in the house sale.
Then there’s the important pairing of apps, Zipform and DocuSign to create, review and sign forms. The former is a great place to have the contract ready to go and allows an agent to review the agreement one last time. The latter lets an electronic signature sign through the entire document, initialing and signing a contract with the stroke of a button.
A final app Wise praises is Cartavi, an iPad management tool for real estate professionals where you can collaborate with everyone involved in a transaction. Not only can legal documents can be stored here, but everyone involved can be invited to sign documents when needed.