A self professed tech geek, Bill Lublin has always embraced the latest tools and technology for his business. Bill has fully embraced each phase of the industry’s evolution and made it his passion to help other agents learn the tools needed to create success in their careers.
No longer are REALTORS® keepers of the ancient knowledge archive, otherwise known as the MLS book. The advent of consumer-facing, real estate data websites changed all of that, and ultimately transformed the traditional role of a real estate agent. As a result, expectations of how and when agents respond to the needs of buyers and sellers is at an all-time high. Delivering information is just not enough anymore, and no one probably knows that better than Bill Lublin, a Central Pennsylvania REALTOR® whose long list of worthy credits spans more than two decades in the real estate industry.
A longtime RPR Mobile™ user, Bill recognizes that technology coupled with market expertise is key to meeting the demands of today’s well-informed consumer. By tapping into RPR Mobile™ on his iPhone, Android phone and iPad (yes, he has all three), Bill creates an environment where he and his clients embark on a journey of mutual discovery … at anytime and from anywhere.
“RPR Mobile allows us to be collaborative at the scene,” shares Bill. “No matter where I or my agents might be, we can dive into the data, present it in a graphically appealing way, get the client’s immediate feedback, and continue our search in real-time. That visual representation of the market is a really powerful tool.”
By verbally conveying his expertise and backing it up with RPR’s robust graphics, reports and data, Bill is able to take every advantage when helping to generate what he calls “wisdom of thought” for his clients.
“You don’t remember everything you’ve been told but when you see something, and you are told something, your mind retains it much better,” said Bill. “RPR Mobile makes that whole process smooth with its slick performance and incredible options. And it’s so easy to use, even for those who feel challenged by technology.”