Top iPhone Apps as of Nov. 14, 2011 for Real Estate Agents

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1. DropBox – Have all of your files everywhere you go! FREE for 2GB!

2. Scan to PDF – Scan and send documents in PDF format from anywhere.

3. JotNot Fax – For those who “still” use faxes. This is a great app!

4. AgentFirst (First American) Get property info and order profile from your phone.

5. BottomLine (Fidelity) Provide buyers with payment and approximate closing cost info.

6. MLS Touch – Get info on any listing, stats, agent info, maps, etc. instantly.

7. ZipForm Mobile – Create, revise, sign contracts directly from your phone in a pinch. ( $9.95/year)

8. Keynote – Show your listing presentation at a moments notice or project to TV.

9. Google Earth – Show clients aerial picture of any home & save snapshots for use on MLS or other marketing.

10. 360 Panorama – Take wide panoramic pictures of your listings.

11. iMovie – Create video fast and easy.

12. MagicPlan – Create floorplans of your listings for marketing.

13. Pages – Use this app to create letterhead, flyers, personal notes, etc. from anywhere. And then send as PDF or .doc files!

14. Cards (Apple) – Everyone should be doing personal notes! Here’s a great and easy way to send very personalized notes without ever going to the post office or touching a piece of paper.

15. Google Translate – Don’t get caught not being able to communicate with someone no matter where you are! Translate any language just by talking to it or typing in your sentence.

16. Sign n Send – Sign anything directly on your iPhone.

About Brad Pearson

Regional Vice President, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage Orange, San Diego, & Riverside Counties.

Posted on November 7, 2011, in Education/Coaching, Sales Meetings and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

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