Agentfolio End of Life

by matt on November 17, 2014

It’s been close to five years since we started Buyfolio/Agentfolio and, while there are hundreds of agents using the product daily, our customer base is unfortunately not large enough to continue supporting our loyal users.

Thus, we’ve decided to phase out the Agentfolio service and transition the Agentfolio team to work on other strategic initiatives at Zillow. Until we fully discontinue the service (see our schedule below), Agentfolio will be free for those continuing to use it. However, no new agents will be able to sign up.

We are so grateful for your business with Agentfolio over the years. As the creators of this service, we’ve always loved the idea of co-shopping and collaboration and were thrilled to find so many real estate professionals who felt the same way. Without your support, we certainly wouldn’t have gotten this far.

We’ll discontinue Agentfolio in stages to ease the transition and enable you to preserve your current and previous folios. Our planned schedule is as follows:

Nov. 17, 2014From this date, a full archive file of your folios will be available in the Agent Dashboard containing customer data up to the moment of your request.
Dec. 15, 2014From this date, no new folios can be created and the agent and brokerage landing pages will no longer function.
March 2, 2015Agentfolio will be discontinued.

If you integrated your custom landing page (i.e., yourname.agentfolio.com) into your website or email signature, you’ll need to remove or replace that link by Dec. 15, 2014, as it will no longer function.

Again, thank you so much for your support and business through the years. If you have questions, please reach out to our team at support@agentfolio.com

PS> Here’s what the Export option looks like on your Agent Dashboard:

export-folios

Printing is here!

by BF STAFF on February 7, 2013

You can now print listings directly from Buyfolio!

When you’re in the Details tab of a property listing, either in the Folio or Search listings section, look for the printer icon and the Open as PDF button at the bottom right of the page.

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This will convert the listing into a beautiful and printable PDF, with all the property details, description, map, and recent in-building sales data.

This PDF is also branded with your photo and contact information at the top.

It’s the perfect feature for agents and buyers who prefer paper to mobile. Once in awhile we all like to do things the old-fashioned way.

More of yours, less of ours

January 14, 2013

Below is Buyfolio’s brand spanking new header. What’s so great about it? YOU are! The agent has taken over center stage. We’ve made your headshot and contact information 50% larger. Your brand is more important than ours and we wanted your buyers’ folios to truly be yours. We also offer branding for your brokerage. Contact […]

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Can you hack it?

January 7, 2013

Engineers and development teams covet the time and freedom to pursue ideas outside of their day-to-day projects. “Hacking” gives them the opportunity to investigate new technologies, build what isn’t on the product roadmap, and try something management hasn’t approved. It’s the chance to experiment, think outside the box, and dream. Great ideas are born from […]

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New Search: Re-design Phase 3

December 3, 2012

If you’ve logged into your Buyfolio account in the last few days you’ve noticed some changes to our search. This was the final phase of our 3-phase re-design. And we saved the best for last! In addition to some design updates which make Buyfolio’s search even more intuitive and easy-to-use, we’ve also made some significant […]

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Brooklyn Sold Data!

November 27, 2012

Yes, yes, we know, everything about Brooklyn is great: the food, the parks, the people. Which is why we’ve made searching for a home in Brooklyn great too. We’ve added past sales data going back to 2008 for the entire borough. We’ve done the work so all you have to do is go to the […]

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