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RealtyJuggler, $99 a year and it does everything I need.
Michael J. Perry
I use Top Producer for my prospects, clients, and past clients. My past clients love the Market Snapshot feature. My listing clients like the listing report feature.
I use Market Leader for leads that are not yet serious prospects. Easy to use and you can track all their activity.
I use outlook, which is not the best, but it is cheap and gets the job done.
I used Top Producer for many years.
I use Top Producer. The key is to have a plan setup for everyone of your contacts and follow up .
I use Top Producer, but do not use all the features.
I use the Market Leader Database and CRM as it integrates with my IDX too.
I'm using ActiveCampaign.com. A friend recommended it and it's just $10/month to start (or $90 if you pay for the year).
I use the appropriate database for the application I intend to use it for.
Michael J. Perry followupboss I wrote a review of their CRM on AR
I use our brokerage CRM bu also have some e-card accounts that add a different touch to my thank yous and holiday, birthday and anniversary mailings.
Using ixact contact as a free trial for new agents. So far I'm happy. The price is not bad for complete crm and website that I can customize. I may keep using after the trail.
I've used Prophet CRM and Salesforce CRM. Both have their benefits. And don't underestimate the power of Outlook!
Top Producer 6i. Yes the dinosaur disc. I now have two computers; one for database only and then the one I use to work...
Status 5. It is Salesforce-based. The main thing is to keep regular, but not an abusive frequency of touches. Always have something new to offer the prospect.
Insightly. Several people recommended it.
I use the backend of our mls. It sends listing updates.