3 websites to use with your clients

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02/09/2016 | Author: Editorial Staff

Part of your job is to make things easier for your clients. These three websites can help you do just that.

scheduleonce.com
Starting a $5 a month, ScheduleOnce creates an online booking page that allows people to see what times you’re available for meetings and select options that will work best for their schedule. Other features allow you to cancel or reschedule appointments, create group sessions, get reminders and make follow-ups, and access reports tracking your activities.

manualslib.com
ManualsLib is an online collection of owner’s manuals from major manufacturers. Your sellers can print missing manuals for buyers—or share links to the documents online. And your buyers will know where to turn when they can’t figure out why that light on their dishwasher won’t stop flashing.

crimereports.com
When clients ask you about crime in an area, suggest they visit CrimeReports. It overlays Google Maps with police reports from the area displayed. Crime data is available for the previous six months, and filters exist for types of crime and dates of the offenses. If the map displays areas with more than one police department, you can choose the source of the data.

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Comments

LINDA FLANAGAN on 02/11/2016

I love Crime.com it is awesome when looking for a safe area for clients to live in.

Connie Raven on 02/09/2016

This is great information to share with prospective clients as well as previous buyers and sellers. I will be talking these sites up with my clients!


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