Real estate agents are invited to attend a free webinar to help them decide
Has the time come to invest in a new desktop, laptop or tablet computer? How do you decide which is right for you and your real estate business? Join Jeff Lobb, technology expert and REALTOR® for a free webinar on Wednesday, February 23rd at noon ET to find out.
This session marks the first in a new monthly series of free technology webinars presented by EXIT Realty’s Vice President of Technology and Innovation, Jeff Lobb. The aim of this series is to answer many of the questions today’s busy real estate professional has about choosing the right technology and using it effectively to better serve his or her clients.
Until now, Lobb’s popular technology webinars, coined “techinars” were only available to EXIT Realty sales reps and brokers. “We’re excited to invite the real estate industry at large to join us,” said Lobb. “We’ll be continuing the high-quality, no-sales-pitch delivery of our private sessions, now helping agents everywhere to wade through the myriad of hardware and software on the market vying for their limited technology budgets. So many agents are lost when it comes to making the right technology decisions.”
“One of the main benefits of these webinars is that they’re not trying to sell a particular technology,” said Tami Bonnell, President of the US Organization of EXIT Realty Corp. International. “They’re how-to guides taught by a true expert in the field as a way to give back to an industry that has been very good to EXIT Realty.”
Lobb prides himself on delivering hands-on, usable solutions for today’s real estate professional. Fluent in the three languages of English, Real Estate & Technology, his diverse background (having been a REALTOR® for 22 years with 10+ years experience in the internet and technology fields including Fortune 500® companies and startup ventures) gives Jeff the experience he refers to as “the perfect storm” – all converging at precisely the right time for today’s real estate industry.
Sessions will run 30-40 minutes in length followed by Q&A. Click here to register.