Are you still using a fax machine for real estate? Easy for me to mock, but what the hey. I cannot believe it took me so long to think of this. Probably because when things work like they are supposed to work, you don't go around looking for ways to change them. Especially if you're like me, a busy Sacramento Realtor who doesn't have a lot of time to ponder stuff she doesn't need to clog up her brain with. When I take a listing, I fax all of the documents to myself and then foward them to my office, escrow and transaction coordinator. That's a lot of pages.
My present fax machine I've had for 10 years. First the document feeder started to stick, requiring manual insertion of each page. Next, Tessa broke off the document feeder plate. We tried to tape it back with Duct tape, but it did not hold, and now the residue causes even more problems. The copy function produces pages with a black line through it. You can read more in my personal blog today about my solutions at this link: Why a Desktop Scanner Replaces a Fax Machine.