Top 5 Real Estate Business Software Tools That Will Automate Scheduling

Top 3 Real Estate Business Software Tools

If you’ve got a real estate business, you already know the marketing is changing fast. Especially when it comes to software that helps you do your job. Real estate software tools run the gamut from listing and CRM software to video tour tools. The good news is some tools do multiple tasks these days. Here are our top picks for real estate business software tools you might need if you’re building a real estate business.

Features of Great Real Estate Software

Here are some features to look for in top real estate software tools for real estate agents. For those of you who are real estate industry folks who aren’t agents, Yottled also works if you’re mentoring other agents, teaching real estate marketing classes, and so on. Look for tools that are flexible if your business might pivot or expand to offer more services.

Features To Look For:

  • listing management or listing software integration
  • scheduling
  • paperwork or payment processing tools
  • CRM
  • virtual tour software or integration
  • remote video conference hosting for remote walkthroughs and meetings
  • automated marketing tools

1. Yottled

Yottled is the best best scheduling software for real estate agents. Further, Yottled has an “all-in-one” approach and provides everything else you’ll need to run your business. It’s the best real estate software tool. Yottled works for any service business because it combines payment processing, meeting scheduling and in-person or virtual event hosting, automated marketing, and contact management in one place. If you’re a real estate agent, you can use Yottled to stay in touch with leads, host hybrid open houses that include virtual attendance, integrate remote video tours, and integrate with other software you use to manage your listings.

2. Revela

Revela is a Midwest startup that has created an all-in-one real estate and property management software tool. We love it because it includes accounting and financials in one place. Revela also allows you to manage all your contacts and projects in one workflow.

3. Zoho

Zoho is a Gartner and PCMag pick for top real estate software tools. That’s because the tool automates workflow for new contacts and listings, has great integrations, and does predictive sales analytics, which is pretty cool. Zoho incredibly powerful but often more than what you’ll need. If you have a team of 20 to 30 agents, it’s perfect. Small team of 5? Might be overkill.

4. Propertybase

Propertybase is ready to help you put your real estate business on autopilot. It has built in SEO, demand gen, and more. You’ll be able to centralize your leads and your listings, all in one place. Further, you’ll be able to understand various deal stages from listing, signing, to close. It’s a comprehensive solution for agents to brokers.

The downside to Propertybase is the technical nature you’ll need to get up and running. You’re likely going to need a separate web administrator or IT person to configure most of the items. However if you have the capabilities to do that, it’s a powerful real estate software tool.

5. Calendly

Need just straight automated scheduling for your listings? If you don’t want an all-in-one like Yottled, look no further than Calendly. It’s robust set of integrations will ensure you have plug-and-play into any of your systems. If you’re willing to do the work for setup, Calendly is a low cost, delightful approach for simple, automated scheduling that you and your clients will love.

Still looking for additional features like a CRM, marketing, and more? Consider an all-in-one tool

Pricing

So how much do these tools cost?

  • Yottled starts at $49/user/mo and is all-inclusive pricing. No upsells.
  • Revela does not disclose pricing
  • Zoho start at $14/user/mo and has 4 editions to select from.
  • Propertybase starts at $79/user/mo
  • Calendly has a free option and then moves to $9/user/mo+

Trevor

Trevor

Trevor is the co-founder of Yottled. Trevor was the VP of Product at Crisp, ran a product team at Duo Security, and has built and contributed to many other successful and failed start ups. He focuses on enabling and delighting users.

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