Friday the 13th can give some people a lot of things to be scared about (Jason Voorhees anyone?). But offices with brokerWOLF have a lot less to fear. Here are 13 ways that our back office program brokerWOLF can make your scary nights running a brokerage a lot less terrifying.
- October 13, 2017
- October 10, 2017You are a real estate professional, not a photographer! But as a real estate pro, photos are a huge part of showcasing your brokerage as well as the homes your brokerage sells. With so many photo editing tools at your fingertips, you no longer have to stress about taking the perfect photo or purchasing high-end photography equipment.Although photo editing software can be expensive, there are a few free tools that you can use.October 5, 2017
We live in a global world. In Toronto, for example, it’s hard to go 1 minute without hearing another language. Today, we’re constantly in contact with people of different backgrounds and different languages. This is especially true if you are a real estate professional.October 3, 2017
Our offices in Ontario and British Columbia will be closed on Monday, October 9th for Canadian Thanksgiving. A reduced support team will be available to handle your urgent requests.
You can access support at The Community. If you require urgent support because you cannot access your WOLFconnect, hosted data on our servers, or your websites provided by Lone Wolf, please e-mail email@example.com and include a description of your challenge along with your contact information and put the word URGENT in your subject line.October 3, 2017
The paper deal sheet goes by many names. Sales sheet. Transaction record. Report of Sale. It’s a single piece of paper that agents hand to the office when they submit new business. Whatever it’s called, every brokerage has it, needs it… and probably despises it.
This innocent-looking piece of paper can be a headache for most brokerages. Does this sound familiar at all?September 28, 2017
Apps are cool again.
And they’re not just for teenagers or bored adults anymore. Practically every business has an app now, from your favourite billion-dollar corporation to the newest startups vying for your attention.
I thought I’d take some time out of my workday to download and ‘research’ some free apps you may not have heard of, and think out loud about how they may help/interest/stimulate the avg. real estate professional. Note: these are all iPhone apps (because that’s the kind of phone I have!).September 26, 2017
In casual conversation, people ask me what we do. I always say, ‘we make technology for real estate brokerages’. But one question that never comes up is: why do we make technology for real estate (instead of other industries, like government or education, for example)?
So check it out. Here are two reasons why we make technology for real estate and no one else:September 21, 2017
There is no ‘best’ phone for real estate professionals as everyone’s needs differ. You may prioritize the phone’s operating system for better communication apps, while your co-worker may put more importance on the two-way camera to take selfies at his desk. I sat down with smartphone enthusiast Jeremy de Souza to break down this year’s top phones. Let’s take a look at what he told me re: the best phones from world’s leading smartphone brands in 2017:September 19, 2017
When you’re a real estate professional, choosing a smartphone is a big deal. You’ll use your smartphone to email the office, text your kids, communicate with agents. You’ll search the internet, use apps, store documents. And for most real estate professionals, your smart phone is your camera, video camcorder, telephone, GPS, address book, and can even be used to submit deal sheets.
Your smartphone is vital to your professional and personal life. That being considered, what do you need to know when choosing a smart phone?September 14, 2017
Lone Wolf was at Inman Connect this month. The conference opened with a discussion on 15 changes that will occur in real estate over the next 5 years. One of the 15 changes discussed was that socially responsible brands will become more popular with consumers. What does leadership in social responsibility look like in real estate—today? Let’s take a look 3 brokerages that are leading the way: