Author Archives: Jordan Douglas

We’ve unveiled our new mobile loan app!

We’ve unveiled our new mobile loan app!

We just released an exciting update to our loan app! With our latest update, the Pipeline ROI 1003 loan app is fully mobile-responsive! Now it’s easier than ever for borrowers to use the loan app included with your Pipeline ROI platform. If you missed our emails and calls about the all-new version of Pipeline ROI…click…

Introducing: The all-new Pipeline ROI

Introducing: The all-new Pipeline ROI

The all-new Pipeline ROI is almost here, and we can’t wait for you to get your hands on it! We’ve been listening to your feedback and have created a completely redesigned, entirely rebuilt platform that will help you manage your marketing and branding easier than ever before. Click here to learn more and sign up….

The best real estate marketing app </br>you already have

The best real estate marketing app
you already have

It seems like every day there’s a new piece of technology we’re all expected to have. I mean, even 15 years ago who’d have thought so many of us would be shopping for home voice assistants? It’s no better in real estate. From CRMs to LOSs to marketing platforms, staying up-to-date on the current technological…

Back to school: Real estate marketing basics you’ve probably forgotten

Back to school: Real estate marketing basics you’ve probably forgotten

It’s that time of year again! Shopping for supplies, loading up backpacks, packing lunches, waiting at the bus stop – there are some things that never change. You may also remember the feeling of walking into class on your first day and being immediately overwhelmed with the things you were expected to remember from the…

Jumpstart your real estate blog with </br> these 8 posts

Jumpstart your real estate blog with
these 8 posts

My car died yesterday. Okay, that’s a little dramatic. My car battery died yesterday. A fair, albeit obnoxious price to pay for leaving the dome light on overnight one too many times. Luckily for me, a friend was available nearby for a jump. Unluckily for me, that friend was even less qualified than I was…