Form Simplicity, the only transaction management solution built by real estate pros for real estate pros and still owned 100% by a Realtor Association, makes working remotely easier than ever.

Across the country, agents and brokers are switching to the redesigned version of Form Simplicity as they rapidly adapt to all things digital.

Many are attending Webinars hosted by Technology Training Manager Kaz Cisowski. Kaz reports he has had more people attend Form Simplicity training in the last four months than all of last year. “People are hungry to learn right now,” Kaz says, who has already trained about 7,500 professionals.

As agents and brokers nationwide hone their digital skills in record numbers, most are telling Kaz that the latest version of Form Simplicity is much easier to use. “They tell me that Form Simplicity has become a lot less ‘click-ish,'” pans Kaz, noting that its improved user interface which means fewer clicks for agents to create forms or navigate the program.

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Being smart and staying safe are always a priority for real estate agents. Especially during this time, it is important to stay strong and learn the best steps to take to herald the way with clients, friends, family, neighbors, peers, potential buyers and sellers.  This also includes anyone you interact with throughout your day. Becoming fearless is possible.

Here is the formula for a life built on your terms: 

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Technology that helps us work remotely is more important today than ever as clients shelter in place, and the majority of real estate brokers and agents work solely out of their homes.

If you are a broker and don’t provide all of your agents a Transaction Management program like Form Simplicity to help them complete transactions end-to-end, you need to provide one now. You can no longer afford to wait.

Even after real estate pros are allowed to return to their brokerage offices, many clients still will want to do as much of the real estate transaction online as possible.

Think about it. Tens of millions of families – members from every generation – have adapted and adopted digital technology over the last couple of months. They have held Zoom meetings, switched to doing banking on their phones, made their most significant purchases online, and spend hundreds of extra hours in front of a computer screen.

Today’s unprecedented events have accelerated America’s collective technology learning curve, and we are about to see a new normal as digital transactions move to the status quo.

 

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