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Tired of manually managing transactions? (10/26)
Wednesday, October 26, 2016 at 11:00 AM PDT Our weekly 15-minute webinar covers all the basic functions of the Brokermint system, starting with document upload, task management to more advanced functions like e-signature, pdf split-merge and Google Calendar. How to use Checklists that provide consistency for all users. Create Custom Fields – it's your business – make it personal. Set automatic Reminders for the items that matter most. Tasks – allow the system to prompt you for the necessary items needed to complete a file. No thinking, just doing! Register now!
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Tired of manually managing transactions? (8/31)
Wednesday, August 31, 2016 at 11:00 AM PDT Our weekly 15-minute webinar covers all the basic functions of the Brokermint system, starting with document upload, task management to more advanced functions like e-signature, pdf split-merge and Google Calendar. How to use Checklists that provide consistency for all users. Create Custom Fields – it's your business – make it personal. Set automatic Reminders for the items that matter most. Tasks – allow the system to prompt you for the necessary items needed to complete a file. No thinking, just doing! Register now!
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QuickBooks integration for your real estate back office (8/17)
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Utilizing the Lone Wolf Business Directory (6/23)
Thursday, June 23, 2016 at 11:00 AM PDT Learn more about utilizing the Business Directory which stores your preferred vendors within your WOLFconnect! We will review: What is the Business Directory? Setting up the Business Directory Utilizing the Business Directory Our adWOLF Program Register now!
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brokerWOLF Tips and Tricks (5/25)
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Going Paperless: 3 Tips to Get Started
Now that I have sort of become known as the "Real Estate Technology Geek," I receive calls and e-mails daily about how REALTORS® can become paperless. I highly doubt that it is possible to be 100 percent paperless in our business, but here are three tips that will get you darn near close to never using a printer, ever again. 1. Daily Real Estate Task: Printing "Agent Full Report" from MLS. It is something that we must have when showing a property. It has the details that customers/clients don't have in their "Customer Full Report," such as days on the market, the listing agent's contact info, private remarks, etc. For PC users — Instead of printing this report, download a program called CutePDF. It is a free PDF converter that will set up as a printer in your print menu, BUT... drum-roll, please... it will not print! It will save your report as a PDF. This program is great and saves you the hundreds of dollars it would cost to purchase a similar Adobe product. I simply save the reports in Dropbox or Box (another must-have) and simply open it up on my iPhone or iPad.
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Plan Your Work and Work Your Plan
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How the FTC MAP Ruling Impacts You
Guest contributor RatePlug says: In August of 2011, the Federal Trade Commission passed new regulations, referred to as "MAP," that directly affect the real estate industry. What exactly does MAP stand for? More Annoying Paperwork? Sounds like a bowl of alphabet soup! Our government has a way of using acronyms for just about everything, which really gives the public no clue as to what really is being passed. The Mortgage Acts and Practices (MAP) regulations were enacted to regulate unfair or deceptive advertising of mortgage products by anyone involved in a real estate transaction. This includes builders, mortgage brokers, lenders, and real estate professionals like you! Ask yourself the following four questions to see how the MAP ruling impacts your day-to-day business practices: Do you provide your clients ANY mortgage related information (flyers, rate information, etc.) to assist them in the buying process? Does your marketing collateral or website have any misleading mortgage tools or statements? Do you provide a relationship disclosure on ALL mortgage related advertising? Do you maintain archived records for two years on all mortgage information provided to your clients? Are those records retrievable by date, agents involved, and property address?
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