When it comes to real estate, the three things that matter most are location, location, and location. Once you’ve identified the perfect location for your next project what matters most is TIME. Streamlining the development process is critical to your success. Shorter timeframe = lower cost and risk, and faster facility openings = faster revenue generation.
Proglogix provides a web-based and Desktop management system designed to help you speed the development process from site selection and acquisition to design and construction. For companies that also own and manage properties or provide property management services, Proglogix provides a centralized system to manage your customers’ entire portfolio.
Manage the development process including site selection, due diligence, acquisition, and initial design. Proglogix even provides executive reports to rank and rate your potential acquisitions to assist with the selection process and improve your return on investment. Important documents for each property are accessible to the people you allow – including internal employees, consultants, contractors, and even tenants.
Research findings show that 60 percent of home buyers are using the Internet to get home buying information and by 2005, that number will be as high as 80 percent.* Why are home buyers turning to the Internet before talking to their local Realtors? Therefore using real estate software makes a whole lot of sense.
Internet technologies make searching easier. Database technologies have enabled brokers, agents and third-parties to distribute and display more information about listings, loans, and other home buying information than ever possible before.
To make a competitive bid on a home, get the right loan at the right rate, and appear somewhat knowledgeable before making such an investment, many buyers feel that they have to start the information gathering process far ahead of talking to a Realtor.
Therefore Realtors who have a web site have a competitive edge.
Where else can buyers take a virtual tour of a home's interior, view loan products and calculators to buy the home, find neighborhood and ask questions of the listing agent all at the same place? This is something akin to the personalized service they receive from a real estate agent.
Adding to the appeal of the Internet is its 24-hour service, enabling these buyers to do their homework at their own pace. They can search for homes after the children go to bed, or at work using the boss' high-speed Internet access.
A web site saves time. You don't need to lug out those bulky catalogs for each customer and people putting up their properties for sale. Using real estate software can web enable the whole process.
You are not restricted to a particular area. A web site lets you explore larger territories. You can sit in an office in a centralized location and manage deals happening around the state/country.