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Smarter Agent is proud to have worked with MRIS to build the first-ever MLS Pro Real Estate Application! Check out the video below where MRIS officially unveiled the app to their members!
In a recent blog post, The Barclay Group of Brevard County, FL, owned by Re/MAX Elite Brokers Abby and Andy Barclay, did a quick review of some of the top real estate applications, and Smarter Agent is proud to have … Continue reading
Smarter Agent has some of the leading brokers and agents in the United States as its customers. This has led us to the fastest IDX rollout in the history of the US, putting us live now in over 370 MLSs … Continue reading
Emily Williams Do you understand the distinction between consumer-facing and professional mobile applications? Does there have to be a distinction? After all, particularly when it comes to applications built primarily for property search, don’t many professionals and consumers want the same … Continue reading
Are you missing out on potential clients due to a lack of branding for your real estate office? In an interesting White Paper by the WAV Group, “Brokers Missing Their Customers” there was an interesting discussion on branding and impact … Continue reading
Here is the question we hear all the time. “Okay, I know I need to go mobile, but if I get an app how do I get people to actually download it?” It’s a great question, and I heard it … Continue reading
Did you get a chance to stop by at #ICSF and get your mobile real estate chat on with the Smarter Agent staff? No? Here’s a taste of what you might have missed:
I just finished the panel on Why Mobile Matters. The big topic of conversation was around a mobile experience that works synergistically with all devices and all digital channels. So whether a consumer is on a phone, website or talking … Continue reading
Jen Levine talks Mobile at Inman Connect SF! Rockin’ out at #ICSF! Jen’s singing with the band!!
Recently Jared James wrote about the “12 Go-to apps for real estate professionals”. It was a good list and mentioned some interesting apps. I was surprised however by the push of the 3rd party aggregator apps. While they have a … Continue reading