Top Prodcer Questions

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Fort Myers & The Islands

I run Top Producer, really like it however my question is how many of the programs do I really need? I do not have a blackberry so that package has now value to me. However I would like to get the pasckage that connects to your MLS so you can import and export date, Is this somehign people find useable. My dollars are targetted to one of two areas. The first one brings me  more time efficieny so I can do more and the second verifyble return on my dollars invested. So QUESTION IS... A realtor with 15 listings and looking to pushhard onthe FSBo market is Top connector (The MLS Hook-up) a good investment???

THANKS FOR THE VALUABLE INFORMATION

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Paul Renton
Qualitas Property - Cape Coral, FL
ABR, e-Pro, CDPE, RERA, Prince 2, SMSTS

Kimberley,

 

Absolutely, I have bundled my TP package to include my website www.TeamRenton.com ,my database and connector. This saves my team so much time once the listing is in MLS one touch of  button and its on the data base and tranfered into the website.

We are now centralizing all our operations around TP and it is now streamlining ou man hours.

Sherri Thomson is our TP rep she is also on Active Rain she can help you or my assistant Billy at billyl@kw.com can help you further Sherry is at sherry.thomson@topproducer.com

 

I would love to help you with how I use it in prospecting 8x8' direct mail etc...

Jun 17, 2007 07:43 AM #1
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Pat Hallesy
Coldwell Banker Elite - Orange, VA
Top Connector is a good value.  A one-time fee gives you the ability to download and/or upload  (depending on your MLS) your listings.  Mine is a download only, buty it saves time entering the listing data into TP.  Since my wife and I are a team we each get charged the monthly fee - However, when we signed up there was a choice of getting either SellPhone or the Handheld (in my case Palm) connector for free.  So, since the better half hates technology (and believe me - technology hates her right back), I've got both installed on my Treo.

My favorite one though is the Outlook Connector.  I bought it for Outlook 2003.  Five months later I switched to Outlook 2007 which wasn't supported.  Now Outlook 2007 is supported.  I always hated TP's email system.  The Outlook Connector gets me away from it.  The only drawback - if the better half wants it too we'll have to shell out another $149.


Jun 25, 2007 09:46 PM #2
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Paul Renton
Qualitas Property - Cape Coral, FL
ABR, e-Pro, CDPE, RERA, Prince 2, SMSTS

Hi,

 

Pat & Kimberly, Top Producer is bringing out Top Producer 8I, Please check with Sherry contact details in my first comment but I think you can sign up for 8I and it is already Outlook supported. The bndle package of services is the best value and does not seem to change in price.

Jun 26, 2007 12:23 AM #3
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