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Will VOWs Go the Way of the Dark Ages?

Will VOWs Go the Way of the Dark Ages?

There’s a fantastic article on the topic of VOWs that Inman published last week. It’s written by David Kully, an antitrust partner for Holland & Knight LLP. Mr. Kully worked for 18 years at the Antitrust Division of the U.S. Department of Justice, where he played a central role on the DOJ’s litigation against the NAR. From the article…

Meet the RE Tech Founder: Andrew McConnell from Rented.com

Meet the RE Tech Founder: Andrew McConnell from Rented.com

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with the co-founder and CEO of Rented.com, Andrew McConnell. Without further ado… What do you do? I am the CEO of Rented.com. We are the largest marketplace in the world connecting real estate owners with short-term rental managers. We do this by providing fixed income to

HomeSnap Invites – GeekEstate Blog

A few weeks ago, I received the the following invite from HomeSnap: I assume I received the email because I’ve traded emails with Tom in the past (he’s a former client at Virtual Results), and all his contacts were sent the same invite. It doesn’t matter who initiated the email. From the consumer perspective, this is

Closer and Closer to the Transaction

Closer and Closer to the Transaction

Simon Baker shared some of this thoughts on the future of online real estate at the Property Portal Watch conference (video link). Particularly for the startup founders reading, it’s worth a listen/watch.   The post Closer and Closer to the Transaction appeared first on GeekEstate Blog. http://geekestateblog.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/simon-baker.jpg Source link

Content Idea for Real Estate Website/Blog: Local Podcast Roundup

Once again, you can look to The Evergrey for inspiration in local. Looking for content ideas for your hyper local blog/website? A local podcast roundup for your city (or neighborhood). For a fantastic example, head over and have a look at Everygrey’s ” 10 podcast episodes that’ll teach you something new about Seattle”.   Doing the research to

Real Estate Tech Sales Career Opportunity with Revaluate

One of Geek Estate’s members, Chris Drayer at Revaluate, is hiring a world class Sales Account Executive who knows the decision makers in the mortgage and/or real estate industry. About the Job: Boulder/Denver Co. based full time B2B with some travel for events. Combination of inside/outside sales job working from both home and office: prospecting, setting appointments and

The Unusual Mystery Into Cheap Custom Papers

The Unusual Mystery Into Cheap Custom Papers

A History of Cheap Custom Papers Refuted One of the way to understand whether the affordable essay website will provide you quality low price essays is by knowing the qualifications and the experience that those that are providing the affordable essay companies possess. Moving further, customers will enjoy custom made essays, which are created by

The Bombshell: Facebook is Coming to Real Estate

The Bombshell: Facebook is Coming to Real Estate

It’s finally happening. Facebook is making a massive push into real estate by expanding the real estate listings portion of their marketplace. (via HousingWire). Obviously Facebook’s traffic is incredible. 2 billion actives a month. That dwarfs all other real estate competitors combined (Zillow, Trulia, Realtor, Redfin, Craigslist, etc) by at least 5x and more like 10x. While

A Real Estate Agent Review of Sierra Interactive

I get asked quite frequently what website platform real estate agents & brokers should use. What better way to research than hearing directly from real estate agents using the various vendors? I had a chance to ask Drew Laughlin in Columbus Ohio his thoughts on his experience with Sierra Interactive as his online marketing partner (website + SEM). Sierra was

Another Entrant to “Smart Cities” = Bill Gates

Another Entrant to “Smart Cities” = Bill Gates

  Toronto was put on the “smart city” map by Google. Now, Bill Gates’ investment firm (Belmont Partners) is putting “Belmont Arizona” on the map with $80 million to purchase 25,000 acres. (via cnbc.com) If you don’t know where “Belmont” is, not to worry. The city doesn’t actually exist yet. They are creating it from scratch.