You are too much away from the office and your office wants to make an offer on the house. Yes, you could go back to the office and normally you would have to do that. But what the heck, you ask them to give you a few minutes. You slip into your car and in ten minutes you have written the deal on your iPad and it is ready for them to sign – they’ll sign your iPad pro contract. You’ll email copies and life is tasty. Up until now, it has been using for different work Dashboard, for the past three years. In Dashboard it is a subscription based solution to use on notebook laptops which allow you to write on the screen with a stylus. The system has worked great until the laptop recently started having problems.
There is no doubt, clients are impressed when you spin the lid around on the laptop and hand them the stylus so they can sign on the glass. We think this is particularly useful because we are in our late 50s, and we are not really expected to be up to speed on tech. If you are an older iPad agent, impressing your clients with your technology can help. It simply says to them, this agent cares enough to stay on the cutting edge. So, before we get to the iPad pro contract – if you’re not ready to go there, you might consider iPad Dashboard – just Google it. If you decided to get an iPad pro contract instead of fixing the laptop which will be used on contract basis then it’s a right decision. You assumed iPad dashboard would have an app for the iPad. They say they have one waiting approval from Apple. We are tired of waiting. We are attempting to duplicate the process outlined below, which allowed iPad agent to complete a paperless offer on iPad.
Another agent online said it was about offers using explanation which you can buy at the Apple App Store, but other posts brought up problems with it. You certainly can try it because it is under $10. After a lot of hunting and checking and hunting some more using Google, the best solution right now for the iPad seems to be a combination of software, which is the software Josh used.
You will probably need to use Acrobat Pro to make your contract a fill-in PDF. The cost is under $150. The only trouble is, when you email a PDF from PDF Expert, only a person with PDF Expert on their computer can see the signatures and fill-ins. So, you’ll need software to fix that.