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Posts Tagged ‘Technological advances in the Real Estate Industry’

Changes in technology past and present and the affect on Real Estate

Posted by jamesdearsley on January 7, 2010

I distinctly remember my early days of working through applicant cards when dealing with potential buyers. They were fantastic times until you went on holiday for a week to come back to an empty applicant box as all your colleagues had mysteriously nabbed all of your applicants.  

I then remember the day that computers started to take over and the first so-called CRM system. It was terrible and I longed for the day when I could go back to my simple applicant cards (they were a lot faster too!). However, I remember the day that my then company, Foxtons, worked alongside CISCO systems at great expense , and started to actually build a personalised CRM system. It changed the way that I worked for life and it changed my perspective on the way that technology could not only aid the real estate market but the whole business world. Read the rest of this entry »


Posted in Blogging, Google, Housing market, Real Estate Industry, Social Media, Technology | Tagged: , , | 2 Comments »

My First Post

Posted by jamesdearsley on March 25, 2009

First of all i would like to welcome everyone to this new blog. The aim of my blog is to talk about the Real Estate Industry with the main focus based on the Overseas Property Industry.

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