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Here's the Bizarre Real Estate Trend Max Maxwell Found Using Call Tracking Software

Max Maxwell is the prototypical REIRail user—a hard-working investor who relies on the software to streamline his processes and realize explosive revenue. The efficiency gains our call tracking software offers are attractive to many REI professionals because our solution reduces the time necessary to research properties and people, removes the need to juggle various siloed software applications, and delivers the best information needed to make connections with potential sellers. Sound too good to be true? Well, it’s not.

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Why Deep Tracing is Changing the Face of Call Tracking Software

That abandoned property is just sitting there, waiting to be purchased, rehabbed, flipped, and turned for a profit. That deal could be your next vacation. At last count, about 1.4 million of these vacant properties exist in the United States, thus giving investors plenty of opportunity to track down an owner, develop a rapport, make an offer, negotiate, and close the deal—and earn that profit.

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Real Estate Call Tracking Systems Shouldn't Be Complicated

In 1968, an inventor named Ted Paraskevakos began work on a technology that, five decades later, would evolve to become indispensable to REI professionals. See, this electrical and communications engineer (please don’t make us try typing his name again; we’re not even sure we got it right the first time …) developed something that everybody who uses a phone—not just real estate investors—takes for granted today: caller ID.

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Your Call Tracking Software Is Outdated—Why You Need Software Built for Real Estate

The worst sound an REI professional can hear when talking with a prospect who has just called isn’t “Don’t call again” or “Go to hell!” or “I’m not interested in selling” or a myriad of other phrases you’ve likely encountered over the years. Yes, those suck, but the worst sound is simple and devastating: a click.

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