We have encountered countless real estate professionals looking to digitally manage their transactions in the move towards a paperless real estate office. Here are some things to consider when looking for a paperless solution that is secure, seamless and synchronized.
When creating a paperless office you must be careful to avoid ‘siloization’ of data, where you are just entering and storing the same identical data in a number of different programs. This opens the door for a lack of consistency and creates the opportunity for data to be changed in one area but not another. You must consider how it will affect your current workflow, how you will drive your agents to adopt the program and how going paperless will benefit your bottom line.
When creating a paperless office, you must also be careful to not lock yourself into a lengthy contract, limiting your options in the future, and ultimately hindering your business. As a business owner, you have the right to fit your business with the technology needed to increase your efficiency and profitability. Technology changes – you should ensure your business has the flexibility to change as well.
The answer is a single point of data entry that seamlessly integrates with your other software, with no strings attached in the form of a long term contract. The answer for many is loadingDOCS!
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