FORT COLLINS, Colo., Sept. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, RealOrganized, Inc. announced another major upgrade to RealtyJuggler Real Estate Software. This upgrade includes more than 75 new prospecting letters that can be used for both email and printed needs. Among the new DRIP sequences are letters for short sales, renters, real-estate investors, and purchasing a second home. A DRIP sequence is a time-released series of emails or printed letters that can be assigned to a Prospect with a single click. The upgrade also includes a major revision to Synchronization of Contacts and Calendar with Google. Improvements include increased speed, compatibility with Internet Explorer (IE), improved fidelity of synchronization, as well as an automatic synchronization option. RealtyJuggler has also been improved with a number of smaller changes, specifically requested existing customers. Changes include the ability to select multiple categories, tracking unpaid expenses, printing mailing labels from a task, improved merging of duplicate Contacts and Prospects, as well as a number of smaller changes that make the product easier to operate. "Our primary focus is providing a simple, economical real-estate software organizer," states Scott Schmitz president and CEO of RealOrganized, Inc. "While other companies focus on complicated products that cost much more, RealtyJuggler provides a simple solution for the non-technical real-estate professional." About RealtyJuggler - RealtyJuggler is a cloud-based real estate software product for real estate agents and REALTORS. The software can be used for prospecting, touching past clients, transaction management and much more. RealtyJuggler is sold on a subscription basis for $99 per year. It is multi-user and contains numerous features designed specifically for real estate, including transaction management, listing feedback, DRIP Letters, touch management, the ability to print mailing labels and much more. About RealOrganized, Inc. - RealOrganized was founded in 2003 by a former executive from AOL and a top real estate agent, each with over a dozen years experience in their respective fields. The company's mission is to create organizational software for the real estate industry.