Exit Realty has enabled its brokers and agents to use Evocalize’s new blueprint to recruit agents on the Google Display Network.
While masks and social distance requirements may eventually fall by the wayside, much of the new real estate technology that has surfaced during the pandemic is likely to stick around for the foreseeable future.
Which social media platforms are Chicagoland brokers using to get their name out there? How much are they spending a year on social media? Find out in our newest survey!
Agents are swearing by the year-old Clubhouse app that allows more than 10 million users to host town hall-style audio-only forums on various topics.
“There is technology out there that has already been built for you to reach these elites — you just need to know the shortcuts on how to tap into it.” — Anne Ewasko
The 2021 REACH recipients have collectively raised more than $700 million in capital, employ more than 125 people and represent a valuation of more than $1 billion.
SPONSORED: Zenlist was formed to provide a new kind of search experience that allows agents to invite clients to use the private app and connect early in the homebuying process, enabling them to search and discuss both public listings and thousands of listings from MRED’s Private Listing Network (PLN).
The new technology streamlines workflow in the mortgage industry.
The firm is Detroit’s top residential broker for downtown and the city’s top brokerage for adaptive-reuse and new-construction developments.
Will it hurt your business? Concerned about Zillow sharing information? Thinking of adopting ShowingTime or dropping the app altogether? We want to hear what you think about the deal and what it means for brokers.