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The one that you will use.
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I'm looking for a CRM as well. I just got Salesforce, but it is too complicated.
The one you use (or will actually use) is the best. It depends on the size of your data base, what you want out of it, and how much you are willing to spend for it.
Berkshire Hathaway offers an AWESOME CRM
The best one is the one you will use. Most of our agents use the following:
They are all good, except for one NC based company, and it is simply to flawed for a professional to use.
The answer to your question is "the one you will use' is the best one.
Now, what must be completed is an analysis of your business direction and where you want to be in five years. If you have no vision, are in the sunset years of your real estate career, those 1980s CRM will be fine for your requirements.
However, if you feel the vibrations of change, staying in business another 20 years is your goal, you need something different.
The real cost of a CRM is the analysis, setup, configuration,testing, implementation, training, (about 80 hours). And you must complete it all within the trial period or you find yourself STUCK with a product to which your business must be distorted to conform to.
Based on your business analysis consider:
I don't know. I have a CRM that is built in my scheduling system.
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