Top 10 Apps for NYC Real Estate Pros

(Real Estate Marketing)  Completing a real estate transaction, yep, there’s an app for that. Recently, BrokerPulse surveyed New York City’s power brokers to find out what mobile applications they are using to streamline their business.

The results are in – here’s a look at the go-to apps being used by the industry’s leading players.

Wunderlist – www.wunderlist.com

 

The most widely used to-do application is Wunderlist. This app is all about simplicity, as it seamlessly syncs up every platform, program and person from key devices into the cloud for convenient access – anytime, anywhere.

Common uses: Sharing task lists, property listing details, showing notes, client information, and sales data within agent teams.

Available on: iPhone, iPad, Android
Free

DocuSign Ink – www.docusign.com

 

Contracts are now being signed on mobile devices with DocuSign Ink – an official partner, of the Realtor Benefits® Program. Simply open a PDF file of the contract via email, click on the DocuSign Ink app and sign. 

Common uses: Finalizing sales and rental transactions at the close of a deal.

Available on: iPhone, iPad, Android
Free

Open Home Pro – http://itunes.apple.com

 

Apple streamlines open house management with its Open Home Pro app.

Common uses: Sign in visitors, show listing details, record lead contact information, send automatic electronic thank you notes featuring information on the home, as well as price reductions and updates to the listing.

Available on: iPad
$4.99

Trulia for Agents – www.trulia.com

 

Trulia’s app is facilitating lead management and client interaction for agents.

Common uses: Track leads, access contacts, check into listings, share these listings and your insights with clients, brand yourself as a neighborhood expert, increase exposure to your agent profile.

Available on: iPhone
Free

REALTOR.com – www.realtor.com

 

REALTOR.com is a consumer app facilitating communication between realtors and their customers.

Common uses: Connect with prospective buyers as they search for properties. Consumers are sending listings and their comments directly to realtors.

Available on: 
iPhone, iPad, Android, Windows 7
Free

iAnnotate PDF – http://itunes.apple.com

 

A comprehensive PDF file tool – featuring a range of functions: pen, highlighter, typewriter, notes, underline, strike­through, photography, voice recording, and date stamps.

Common uses: Editing, highlighting, organizing and sending PDF files, such as contracts and other documents in the field.

Available on: iPad
$9.99

Expensify – www.expensify.com

 

Track expenses as you go with Expensify.

Common uses: Photographing and electronically filing receipts, generating expense reports, referencing credit card expenditures, importing reports to QuickBooks and other programs.

Available on: iPhone, Android, BlackBerry
Free

Virtual Office MLS – www.hillsidesoftware.com

 

Hillside Software’s Virtual Office MLS grants access to multiple listing services via the iPad.

Common uses: Viewing the full MLS from wherever you are.

Available on: iPad, Android
Free

Glympse – www.glympse.com

 

Leveraging smartphone GPS features, Glymse is a realtor app that is being utilized as a safety precaution while showing vacant homes to strangers.

Common uses: Tracks and broadcasts realtor locations in real time. Select locale information visibility and length of viewing time.

Available on: iPhone, Android, Windows 7, Blackberry
Free

LogMeIn Ignition – https://secure.logmein.com

 

Mobility is key for real estate professionals. With LogMeIn Ignition, they can now manage their business on the road.

Common uses: Access computer files and MLS data via your mobile device.

Available on: iPhone, iPad, Android
$39.95/year

—Email  lisa@brokerpulse.com

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