Michelle Beharry

empowering: Michelle Beharry at the pre-launch workshop of the Residence CRM software, at the Hyatt Regency Port of Spain, Trinidad. —Photo provided by Michelle Beharry

TECHNOLOGY that can revolutionise the way the real estate professionals do business. That’s how Michelle Beharry has described her recently developed cloud-based software for real estate brokers and agents.

The software is called Residence CRM (customer relationship management) and, according to Beharry, it empowers real estate professionals to seamlessly manage property listings, build better customer relationships, work more efficiently and manage transactions.

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