FREE vs PAID Real Estate Investing CRM 2020

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PRYME Homes · FREE vs PAID Real Estate Investing CRM 2020


Are you overwhelmed with what CRM to get and how expensive some are?

I’m sure you’ve heard, “You get what you pay for”. But this isn't always the case.

In this video, I will share with you how you don’t need to spend a DIME as well as what to do when you’re ready to scale.

A sticking point for so many starting off is FREE VS PAID CRMs. You get too caught up in the features of the types of lists they provide, the "cool" automation, "cool" tools, calculators, contracts, blah, blah, blah!

Here's the secrete... Marketing is ALL you need to truly be FOCUSED ON!

Spending so much money, $100-$250+ per month plus sign up costs for some, is the last thing you should be doing when marketing will cost you a lot of money already.

In this episode we will cover the:

✔️0:00 FREE vs PAID Real Estate Investing CRM

✔️0:54 The CRM Dilemma 

✔️3:08 Lessons Learned From PAID CRMs

✔️6:20 Using GDrive as A CRM

✔️12:06 Using Podio For Lead Management (FREE Version)

✔️13:50 When are you ready to PAY for a CRM?

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