Case Study: Ontario Real Estate Agent Increases Productivity and Transaction Count

Increased Productivity Means More Clients Helped in Buying and Selling Homes for this Ontario REALTOR® Jennifer Evelyn is an Ontario REALTOR® that is one of the first agents in her market to truly adopt the paperless business model. Evelyn, who has been a REALTOR® for 10 years has been paperless for approximately 1.5 years and […]

Uploading a Document from Email Into eSignature – Ratify

How to be Fully Mobile as a Paperless Agent One of the biggest problems agents have is being completely mobile and being totally paperless by running off a tablet or their phone. A lot of eSignature programs out there force you to download the document onto a hard drive and then upload into their platform […]

Budgeting 101: How to Stretch Your Commission Check

Budgeting for Real Estate Agents 101 I’m not a businessman, I’m a Business, Man ~ Jay-Z As a new(This is for you seasoned agents as well that have never had a budget) agent just getting started in the real estate business you are going to need to know how to effectively budget your commission checks […]

Repree and Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® Join Forces

Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® & repree Partnership This has been a long time coming. Both repree and the Association of Saskatchewan REALTORS® have been working hard on making this a reality for the better part of 2014. We are pleased to mention today that repree will be the official Forms provider starting October 1, 2014 for […]

Using Evernote to Log Your Mileage

Mileage, Taxes, Evernote and the REALTOR® We are all guilty of it. You know what I am talking about, don’t pretend you don’t know. Even worse, don’t pretend you actually do this, because the majority of us don’t. I’m talking about creating a log…no, not a Captain’s Log like Captain Picard (although that will be […]

How to Measure, What to Measure, Why to Measure

Why Measuring is Important to Your Real Estate Business No we are not talking about measuring in the traditional sense, you know like with a tape and looking at the inches and feet. Or if you prefer metric…centimeters and meters. What I am talking about is measuring your successes and your failures in your real […]