Future Tech: Tools that will change our work and our homes

Imagine this. It’s the day before Christmas 2025 as you dash into the Amazon Mall for a last-minute gift. Pepper is there to greet you. Pepper immediately knows you are anxious. It patiently and calmly answers your questions, directing you to the right place for that perfect gift. Pepper saves your day and makes you

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How can you make your data safe?

When data was breached at Equifax, one of the largest credit agencies in the world, the personal data of 145.5 million U.S. consumers was stolen. The information included full names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, and even driver license numbers. Cyber-security breaches are on the rise.   The real estate industry is particularly

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10 Things You Probably Didn’t Know Google Could Do for You

It’s not often that a company provides a service so popular that it becomes a verb, but you probably have heard the phrase “Just Google it” many times. Doing a search using Google has become part of most people’s daily routine: 4.4 billion worldwide searches every single day. But did you know that Google is

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Printer not working? Call Tech Helpline.

One of the biggest sources of frustration for Real Estate professionals when it comes to Technology is Printer Problems. It is one of the top 5 issues that members consistently call us about every year.   But it doesn’t have to be a source of suffering for you. Did you know Tech Helpline can help

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What you post online could put you at risk. Here are 4 Ways to Stay Safe.

Your safety with regards to Technology is our concern. And at times we write about potential threats and provide you with resources, so you can stay safe. For this reason, today we write about the unpleasant side of geotagging. While geotagging can be fun and convenient, we believe it’s important to be aware of how

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Future Tech: Tools that will change our work and our homes

Imagine this. It’s the day before Christmas 2025 as you dash into the Amazon Mall for a last-minute gift. Pepper is there to greet you. Pepper immediately knows you are anxious. It patiently and calmly answers your questions, directing you to the right place for that perfect gift. Pepper saves your day and makes you

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How can you make your data safe?

When data was breached at Equifax, one of the largest credit agencies in the world, the personal data of 145.5 million U.S. consumers was stolen. The information included full names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, and even driver license numbers. Cyber-security breaches are on the rise.   The real estate industry is particularly

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A Quick Review of Smart Home Technology

Today, the Smart Home has become (almost) plug-and-play. That’s a revolutionary development that real estate agents and brokers need to understand. Before Amazon’s Echo and Google’s Home, a Smart Home was almost always hard-wired. Features were built into the home during new construction. A single standard never emerged. It was arguably a fad that had

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How Mobile Tech Is Changing Real Estate Forever

It really wasn’t too long ago that mobile technology for real estate agents was a “nice to have” technology. Visionary agents and teams rolled out their own mobile apps. They converted their websites to a mobile responsive design. The smartest ones set up mobile-centric lead generation systems that took full advantage of all the information

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Gifts and gadgets for under $15

What can you buy for less than $15 at Amazon.com? Let’s take a look at some cool gifts and gadgets for agent offices, home and on the road. Some of these items might even make your Holiday “wish list.”   Cable Chord Organizer – $9.99: This weighted organizer sits in your desk and makes sure

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Why Making Your Website ADA Compliant Is a Double Win

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination against individuals with disabilities in all areas of public life. It became law in 1990 and added web access guidelines in 1999. Recently, there’s been a rapid growth in ADA Title III lawsuits over websites. As a result, these lawsuits exposed many real estate agents and brokerages

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Top 5 Tech Tools for Savvy Brokers

The new iPhone X is building quite a buzz in real estate circles, in particular because of its Augmented Reality Kit. Some reviews have been so bold to call it “the future of the smartphone.” It’s not surprising because future technology always draws strong interest from brokers and agents. We saw this at the technology

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