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Just got into Urban Compass. I like the way the site is laid out. This is a really nice example of how local agents could architect their website. Easy to navigate, rich neighborhood information, and easy scheduling. (yes, they have millions and a great dev team, etc. just posting as an example)
OK, so regarding e-signature security, I can't figure out why Reesio (for those familiar with Docusign) is managing their own docusign account for users. Sure, it saves setup costs. But essentially Reesio is setting up a Docusign account in which all of your clients agree to legally do business with and which Reesio has password protected access to. What am I missing here? This seems super insecure
Tony Gilbert - this will change as you continue to do good work for people in your community. We work very close with our clients and they know when the other side isn't holding their end of the professional bargain up. False idols and sterotypes will fall. Just keep letting the good shine.
Greg, truth, for sure. But practicing the "old way" of getting the property they wanted, in today's market, leads to many "swings and misses" at purchasing a property. This in turn leads to blown buyer expectations and an overall frustration with the market. An agent that is "mobile" can meet when & where a client wants. Importantly, the "mobile" agent can meet when the transaction for the client is necessary. Make sense?
I do see value in Broker's Opens - but not "agent luncheons." Those terms mean two different things to me. To me, a "Brokers Open" is simply the agent holding a private open house for agent's only - sometimes food/drink are served. It allows me to preview occupied homes much easier. An "agent luncheon" means something entirely different to me, and I see no purpose in at all (for me). In 100% honestly, I don't like "socializing" with other (local) agents when it comes to business. Too many head games, egos and potential misunderstandings.