RealtyJuggler is a cloud-based professional services automation (PSA) software solution. This system is designed specially for real estate agencies.
In RealtyJuggler, users can track prospects and build a daily call list. Leads can be fed into the system from any website that has a “contact us” portal—even Internet data exchange (IDK) portals.
Users can share their databases with assistants, partners and staff. Contracts and other documents can be scanned and upload, and users can retrieve those documents from anywhere.
Task lists can be created, and users can send out bulk emails as well as time-release notices. They can design real estate flyers with RealtyJuggler’s predefined templates.
RealtyJuggler also has a rental management module where users can see rent, expenses, admin fees and work orders. They can calculate and track commissions and expenses, too.
RealtyJuggler is priced per user per year. It has been around since 2003, and it is offered worldwide.
Shelley from Town and Mountain Realty
I like that it keeps all of your contacts organized in one place and even lets leads be filtered directly into the program.
The overall look is very outdated and exporting contacts for certain things such as postcard mailing can be very tricky.
Patti from Town and Mountain Realty
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Helpful in creating reminder task plans and notifications, easy to keep track of listings and closings as well as new leads coming in from outside websites.
Ability to create task plans and calendar reminders as well as lead funneling from outside websites. Easy to use and the video tutorials are very helpful
The fact that only 5k contacts are allowed and you cannot sync contacts unless there are under 5k contracts.
Kassandra from Town and Mountain Realty
Employees number: 11-50 employees
I like how it tracks your closings and creates task lists to keep you on top of what needs to be done for each closing.
It will not be a problem for most, but the limit for number of contacts is 5000, so if your contact list is over 5000, you cannot sync your list with the program.
Ron from Coldwell Banker LKH
Employees number: 1 employee
Organization, transaction management, and more.
This software system is really cool. I have been using for a little less than two years and I keep learning new things that it does. It is really impressive. It helps track deals, contacts, enables email blasts, calculate commissions, and more. Great video tutorials. Customer service is great. I was stunned when I got a customer service call for such price of the software. Very cool.
The interface looks dated---almost like Windows 3.1---but it works. There is so much to learn that it can be overwhelming, but they have great video tutorials.
Kristyn from Findependence Realty, LLC.
Employees number: 2-10 employees
Realty Juggler was the first Real Estate CRM that I used after becoming a Broker. I really liked the ease of use and functionality of the software, however, wish they had a mobile app for on the go.
The software is great for keeping up with contacts, listings, and deals, as well as prospects. The software overall is very easy to ease and affordable. They also offer a free 90-day trial, which is more than enough time to test the software to see if it is a good fit for your business needs.
There is no integration with the MLS or social media accounts. I also wish they had a mobile app. Although there is no app, you can still access on the computer, phone, and tablet with pretty similar user interfaces.
I would definitely watch the tutorials they have when getting up to speed with the software. they were very informative and really highlighted how to use the majority of their features.
Jorge from America's Real Estate Force
Employees number: 201-500 employees
This is a great CRM, extremely fast, amazingly complete to manage transactions and listings. It is missing a few important features: auto drip campaign or action plans assignment and also is missing the ability to mass update to add an action plan or drip campaign to a group of contacts.
transaction and listing management
Does not have the ability to auto-assign a drip campaign not to mass update a group of contacts to apply a drip camopaign
Tony from WNC
I have used RealtyJuggler for about 2 years now and wouldn't part with it for any reason. It has all the features I needed as my business and marketing has grown. It keeps me on task, updates my google calendar so I only need to glance at my smartphone to know what I need to do and when. It allows my team to access but not accidentally delete information.
I use it to track everything and can access it from anywhere. RealtyJuggler is where I go to start my day and I use it all day. At the end of the day I know exactly where I stand with clients, prospects, marketing, closings etc. and I know where I need to start tomorrow and exactly what needs to be done.
I particularly like the video tutorials. It was easy to learn how to do everything in RealtyJuggler just by watching a video when I needed to. I like that they put the link to that video right in RealtyJuggler with everything you are working on so that if you have a question the answer is right there.
The few times I did have a question, their customer service had the answer promptly and was professional and supportive. Honestly, had I taken a better look at the video that addressed my question I would have found the answer and yet, the customer service was kind enough to answer it anyways.
At $99 per year this is a steal!
Ted from Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty
I did a lot of research trying to find a good transaction management software program that I would actually use. I had Top Producer years ago and it was my first choice - it seems to be the industry standard. In reading through their online site I remembered why I stopped using it - because I never used it in the first place. It seemed very cumbersome and was packed full of features I'd never use. I did a test trial of another - loved the way it looked, but it was set up only to track buyers, not sales of listings. This made no sense to me and made the program useless, in my opinion. I also researched DotLoop because it was a program soon to be provided by my company. It seemed to mostly be a document sharing program - and was mostly useless unless the other parties to the transaction opted in.
The online site for Realty Juggler looked good. I didn't need an "easy" program (I am very computer savvy), but I wanted one that would allow me to set it up to work the best way for ME. I also wanted something fairly basic since all I really wanted was an automated transaction task list (instead of a dry-erase board on my office wall). Realty Juggler has perfectly met my needs. It has other features (income tracking, contact list, etc) that I have begun using, but I have it primarily to track transactions. The task list is easy to customize and I have automated lists for active listings, prospective listings, my listings under contract, my buyers under contract and my full marketing campaigns. For each new transaction it takes 10-15 minutes to log in and customize the task list. After that, I'm done. I just look at it daily to be sure I haven't forgotten to do something. I'm reminded every 5 days to check in with current sellers. I'm reminded of dates for home inspection, required responses, loan commitment - anything I need to know for a particular client or transaction.
It took a couple of hours to set up my own customized task lists, but once saved I click one key to add the appropriate list to a buyer, listing or pending transaction.
You need a bit of computer experience for setup, but I did it all without ever requesting help. They do have some pretty decent training videos for different tasks on YouTube.
I'd definitely recommend to any agent who wants to automate this tedious part of our work.