Matrix keeps the Real Estate World on it's axis
Matrix makes managing easy!
My experience with Matrix has been nothing but quick and easy. The information I need and that is stored in the software (that I use on a day to day basis) is accessible and I am able to retrieve what I need very quickly.
Matrix software is so reliable! It’s topnotch when it comes to assistance that may be needed. Extremely quick and reliable.
There is nothing that I dislike about this software.
Matrix user review
I wish this product was easier to use and was more user friendly.
The information it has available. There is a lot of information just hard to get to.
I find it confusing a lot of the time. When I go to classes to be taught about it I am shown different ways by different people which confuses me even more.
I like that I can stay organized and provide notes for all meetings
I do not like the tricky difference between lead and prospect and how much time it takes to get it fixed/submitted. I also don't like that a user can't correct spelling on accounts - those with admin rights have to do it.
Best tool in real estate thusfar
There is so much more to learn about Matrix and how I can better incorporate it into my own business processes.
Best tool available for searching for houses. The data quality exceeds that of anything I am able to come by through other channels.
The reporting feature could use additional filter conditions. Needs integrated tracking of clients open and read receipts for emails sent.
A must for any Agent
This is a must for any agent to see what is available, what has sold, what the market is like at this time.
Ability to have access to properties that are for sale in your area.
Many compatible tools to help sell property and make comparisons
Many search options available.
Navigation can be a little tricky, but classes are offered.
Designed with no intent to support
Cloud storage. Search works okay. Not much to say positively
The design team obviously were short-sighted on this project. Simple things that the end user should be able to configure require them to call out the coders (who obviously failed OOP 101). It's a tool, much like a hammer is a tool.