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my brain, or what is left of it.
Nancy Robinson Ranked ...
Royal Oak, MI
Well, the overwhelming response is the smartphone, and I can't say I argue with any of the the responses. But let me break it down a bit and get Old School on everyone...Electricity. That's the one technology I couldn't live without, while running water comes in very strong as well.
I know that is a bit of Devil's Advocate answer, but the phones wouldn't be manufactured or charged if it weren't for electricity.
New Bedford, MA
Peter Mohylsky. Brok...
Santa Rosa Beach, FL
I run my business from my phone. I can do 80% of it from there, so I'd have to say my phone. If the MLS will properly work on a smart phone I'd be 90% there. I still insist on reading all escrow-based docs on a computer screen or hard-copy though.
My reading glasses. Those are the one thing I can not do without. Can't read a thing without them, including my beloved i phone screen.
Nancy Robinson Ranked ...
Royal Oak, MI
Not something I like to admit but the ONE time I accidentilly left my cell phone behind while meeting a buyer at a listing was a nightmare.... I ended up being 20 mins late because I managed to get lost, finally after finding the home, I couldn't get inside it. It was on a non MLS lockbox, I attempted to get the code by borrowing my clients cell phone with only to get the listing agents VM. It was a rough day.....Thank god for the internet!!
Eric Frensdorf with Be...
My brain is my most useful piece of technology.
IPhone 6, end of story.
My Galaxy Tab phablet.
my cell phone. I have a love/hate relationship with it but it is a necessary evil.
My smartphone hands down.
My phone! It does everything.
My Smart Phone. Before that it was my toll free pager. My cell phone didn't always get a signal but my pager always worked. I didn't give it up till cell service improved.
Technology wise - the internet! Wealth of useful information!
It has to be the phone... you can literally do everything with your smart phone...even TALK to PEOPLE!!
My phone. I wanted to say my laptop or tablet, but I can do everything on my windows phone that I can do on my computer.
probably my ipad
If that's too obvious then I'd say Excel. I do so much work in spreadsheets.
My smartphone. It actually has taken over my brain.
Now...where did I leave my phone?
The Internet connection . . . without that, where would we be? Oh yeah, 1982.
It is a simple answer.... the phone... whether it is a smart phone, digtial, or land line ... we need that communication line open all the time!! As I have read a few comments, here.... brokers have gone "crazy" when they have left their cell phones behind!! You may not know where your kids are, but you do know where your smart phone is. Recession proof... why are you not tapping into that income....hmmmmm??
My smart phone! It also my MLS key and I am in a world of hurt without it!
Everyone seem to say their phone. True. You can get people to call you at the office, but one thing? But think about not having a... computer... at all....
The damn cell phone!
My phone. With it I can open lockboxes, check MLS listings, answer emails, send texts, look up information, get directions, and on and on.
My iPhone 6S. It is my brain!
If I have to choose just one, it would be my iPhone 6+.
Just ONE THING Praful? Well, without my sentri card I wouldn't be able to show houses. So that's it (besides my phone and iPad and docusign and lock boxes and ...)!
My ability to use all sorts of technology is my one constant.
My phone is with me 24/7 and it is on all the time ... the time it went on the bum I thought oh my goodness what now.
Cell phone. Everyone wants answers ASAP. Plus it's capable of so many functions.
Cell phone would have to top the list. Fought the concept in the beginning and now cannot be without it.
I think our smart phones are just part of us now.
Praful Thakkar I would say my desktop PC.
Iphone 6 for sure!
Definitely a phone.
Email and a computer.
A scanner with email.
I can run my business from my 2 iPhones, one for California and one for Hawaii.
phone synced with Outlook that has detailed contacts
Have to say phone for sure.
On the other hand, we all should be able to run our business without our gadgets. At one point we all did that. There have been times when cell towers and down and the power is off! Then what? Are we helpless? A
My phone now.
I phone, I would turn around and go home and get it if I left it.
My smart phone
Hands down, my phone. I've often said I'd rather lose my purse than my phone! Sad, I know!
Me! my positive energy, my good attitude, problem solving skills, persevering spirit, colaboration abilities AND I can make you laugh! If I can't make you laugh--I laugh at myself!!! I'm cracking myself up right now! Good question Praful! By the way, how do you pronounce your name?