2016 is quickly coming to an end. Many commercial real estate brokers look back at the tools they’ve used to close deals and keep their workplaces efficient. Thanks to ever-growing technology, offices everywhere can make sure this happens. Many brokers have used several different productivity apps to help their business run smoothly this year. Our friends over at RealNex put together an awesome list of the seven best productivity apps for real estate. We want to share this list with you in this post. You can read the excerpt below, then click the green button at the bottom of the page to view the full article. What productivity apps for real estate do you use? We’d love to hear about them in the comments section.

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2016’s Best 7 Productivity Apps for Real Estate

Real estate professionals are on the go, and apps that let us take care of business anywhere are tremendous time savers. Often, however, researching and selecting the best tools can take up great amounts of time — defeating the purpose of ‘efficiency’ apps. Fear not. We’ve done some looking around for you. Read on for details on productivity apps that are ideal for real estate.

Scanable

What real estate agent hasn’t run into a situation where they needed to scan a document, business card or floor plan while on-the-go? Scanable, from Evernote, makes scanning and sharing docs super easy. When scanning a business card, Scanable even adds LinkedIn data automatically.

Todoist

While it might look like just another to-do app, Todoist offers a Chrome extension that allows you to tie emails to to-dos and will pull up the accompanying emails when you click on the task — saving you valuable time digging through your inbox.

LastPass

Sick of forgetting your passwords? Real estate agents often have dozens to remember. Use LastPass to manage all your passwords in one place. It’s safe and secure!

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