The real estate industry has benefitted heavily from tech innovations and software. What can the modern agent add to their daily routine to streamline and optimize? On this episode we talk to agent and tech expert Andres Segovia and get his perspective on current tech and what’s in the pipeline.
Takeaways + Tactics
A lot of software is trying to be as backwards compatible as possible, because tech companies realize they have the specs and just need to boost the software.
The biggest changes and innovations to anticipate will be in software and not hardware.
Smart watches like the Pebble are great for business owners on-the-go because they allow you to triage your emails, and see what’s worth attending to immediately.
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I think we’ve reached a plateau when it comes to hardware, I’m excited about where software is going. Andres Segovia
Technology should help us work smarter, not harder. Andres Segovia
Real estate agents have to be able to work the balance between high-tech and high touch, making sure that the high-tech enhances the high touch aspect of the job. We’re going to witness more innovations in software, and these will continue to help us work smarter, not harder because that’s what technology should do.
Andres Segovia has over 10 years of experience serving in the real estate industry. Having been involved in his family-owned construction business at an early age, Andres is also knowledgeable on construction and reparability giving him a keen eye on property walkthroughs and investments. Andres runs a seasonal technology review series targeted at helping his fellow agents and business professionals improve their productivity, become more efficient, and in turn, increase their value to customers. For more info, go to http://segoviares.com/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Twitter @segoviares and @thenewsreel.
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