Fax is still a common way for real estate agents to send and receive documents (both from clients and from other professionals). In fact, fax is sometimes the only way that counter-parties are willing to receive or send documents (be they offers, contracts, documentation, etc.). Because many transactions are time sensitive, it is critical that real estate professionals (realtors, agents, or brokers) have access to secure, reliable fax services in order to close deals.
Businesses that still need to send or receive faxes now have many other options other than a traditional fax machine with a dedicated phone line. In part 1 of this article we gave six reasons why the best choice is a modern cloud-based fax system that allows access through variety of platforms including mobile, the web, and via computer. Here are five more reasons to make the switch to such a system.
Faxing is one of the oldest forms of communication--it was invented by Alexander Bain in the 1843--but it is still often a business necessity today. But a lot has changed in faxing over the past few decades, and now modern cloud-based fax systems provide several advantages over conventional fax machines. Here are six of them.