A phone is so much more than a text messaging, call receiving, voice mail checking device. Our phones are as important to us as our wallets.
We turn back home if we forget it, we use it to communicate even in the presence of other people. We still worry about “what else” is going on.
People thought 20 years ago we would be on the moon, driving flying cars and so forth, but that futuristic idea has turned into our handheld mobile device that gives us all the information we can possibly handle. Without going into all stalking applications that we all seems to gravitate to, the fact is, I can basically run my entire business from my phone.
So here is proof: Buyer texts me that he liked the open house he made his way to without my knowing and says in his morning text message he wants to make an offer on the home he saw without me yesterday.
Our phones are our lives. They connect us, guide us, talk to us, organize us, and produce for us!So from the Topsfield Fair, I was able to look up the property by being inspector gadget on the MLS, “via my web browser,” because he spelled the name of the street wrong and the street name happened to be similar, make the appropriate calls and get the offer details drafted using the docusign app on my phone, and send it off for the user to sign. I was able to then download the fax that consisted of the signed offer sheet via my efax that comes to my phone as a PDF, save it and pass it along to the listing agent, all while watching the pigs at the fair!
Our phones are our lives. They connect us, guide us, talk to us, organize us, and produce for us!