Global Tech Series Part 3 - How to Communicate Internationally

Intro to Global Tech Series
by Craig Grant, President, EasyRealtySites and The Real Estate Technology Institute

As covered in last month’s article, a recent study from the National Association of REALTORSⓇ estimates that in from March 2017-April 2018, foreign buyers spent $153 billion in U.S. residential real estate, with additional billions spent in commercial properties. 

My name is Craig Grant, a national speaker/instructor on technology, and in the third article of a series of articles for The Global View, it is my goal to show you how you can leverage technology to get a slice of this amazing pool of business.  

This month we are going to explore how to use technology to communicate and interact with clientele no matter where they are or what language they may speak.

Tools to Help You Learn to Speak a Foreign Language

There are many online universities, websites & apps that have amazing curriculum to help you learn many languages including Chinese, French, Japanese, Spanish, German, Korean, Portuguese and many more.  Here are a few to look into:

Websites & Apps to Help You Translate a Foreign Language

Devices to Helps You Translate a Foreign Language

So hopefully these tools will help you get rolling and communicate a bit better with your global clients.  Stay tuned as over the next few months I will continue bringing you some amazing technology solutions to empower your international business! If you have any questions along the way, please feel free to leave them in the comments, we’d love to hear from you!

Craig Grant is president of EasyRealtySites and The Real Estate Technology Institute, two companies whose goal is to elevate the real estate industry through technology & education. With over 150 speaking engagements around the U.S. each year he is
considered one of the top technology, marketing & risk management instructors around.

As his motto, “Advanced Real Estate Technology Instructed at a Pre-K Level” states, Craig is able to take extremely complicated technology topics and present them in a fun and engaging way that the average non-technical person not only understands, but is able apply to improve their business.