Luke grew up in Atlanta, the city where he now works as a real estate agent. He is a licensed realtor with Keller Williams and The Weathers Team, his family business. This second-generation realtor does not let the size of his team be an impediment to reach out to large amounts of prospects and run a great business, so he uses technology as a key ally.
“There’s no way we could do business without the digital tools we have,” says Luke. Among his software stack, he has dotloop, Google Contacts next to other GSuite tools, and Follow Up Boss to centralize his contact database.
Follow Up Boss is the place where I collect my contacts' information from different sources: Zillow, realty.com, etc. I also use it to send out text messages and other communications to keep my clients well-informed throughout the entire process.
But for a realtor, there’s much more to it than just office work. They need to be out there, interacting with buyers and sellers and sometimes running the business from their phones.
That’s where PieSync steps in.
When I’m in the car I want to know who is calling, and PieSync helps me with that. Every single contact I have in Follow Up Boss is in sync with Google Contacts and therefore on my phone.
“It happens very fast! Sometimes the prospect just clicked on a website and decided to give us a call. By that time I already have his contact information on my phone and I can start a conversation with a clear idea of who this person is.”
Furthermore, The Weather Team keeps its different GSuite accounts in sync with PieSync. That way, every member of the team can access the most up-to-date client information, no matter who entered the data or from which device.
PieSync is the piece that keeps everything together. It’s really helping our business to connect our tools and providing us with a single source of truth.