HouseHunt Network

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Month: July 2013

Longtime HouseHunt Agent Has Nothing but Positive Things to Say About Her Experience!

By Jim Droz

Deedee Schwab’s company name, Schwab Realty, billed around the community. Deedee, a Million Dollar Producer who has been in the real estate business since 1990, started using HouseHunt’s system back in September of 2006 and has nothing but positive things to say about her experience. Since joining HouseHunt, Deedee has had 36 closings and she projects that number to grow in the near future.

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Apps for Realtors: June Roundup

By Jaime Westman

We love apps, especially ones that help improve our productivity and straighten out our calendars, and last month’s selections were pretty amazing. Check out what Sunrise Calendar, 1Password, and Wi-Fi Finder can do for you.

While we’re pretty sure that these apps will help improve your day, let us know if you think there’s an app that deserves our attention by leaving us a note in the comments below. We’re always on the lookout for fun and productive apps!
Apps for Realtors

Sunrise Calendar

If you have an iPhone or iPad and have issues keeping your business affairs and social calendars in order, then the Sunrise Calendar app is the answer for you. Sunrise Calendar is a free app that will help you seamlessly organize all your daily to-do lists, events, meetings and the sort all in one spot. It even integrates with Google Maps and if you can’t remember the name of the one restaurant you went to two weekends ago, Sunrise can sync up with your Foursquare app to help you out. Read more about Sunrise Calendar


Let’s face it—at one time or another we forgot our passwords and successfully locked ourselves out of our email or online banking accounts. The solution: 1Password. All you have to do with 1Password is

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App Highlight: Wi-Fi Finder

By Jaime Westman

WiFi Finder

Let’s get one thing straight: everyone loves free Wi-Fi, right? A lot of us depend on Wi-Fi for work, especially if you’re out on the field a lot with your clients. But what happens when you’re out traveling and you’re not too familiar with the area? Perhaps you’re in a part of town where there isn’t a Starbucks, Dunkin Donuts or Seattle’s Best on every corner and you can’t use your data because, well, your kids went overboard watching the entire season of Yo Gabba Gabba and now you’re out of data for the month. So what do you do?

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