There’s something about the arbitrary end of the year that makes us both regret the past and wonder about the future. Resolutions for both our business and personal lives abound. Savants tell us how to do what we already know…
On Facebook today, Brad Inman was complaining about the lack of skill and courtesy demonstrated by an agent that he contacted as a consumer. That lead to a conversation about how low the bar is in the industry, and the usual…
Companies backed by VC money keep trying to re-invent the real estate industry. Some do little more than raise money and lower the bar, trying to reap profits for the creators. Here is the story of one of them.
Maybe it’s the summer heat, but after reading a recent article on Inman.com entitled “Let’s get rid of the MLS”, I just felt like hitting my head against the wall to relieve the frustration the article generated. – Here’s my response
You can tell that the real estate market is recovering because new business models spring up to take advantage of the growing market. We see more articles about “disruptive” business models, and people outside the industry come up with “new” technology offerings to solve problems they perceive exist in the real estate process. Haus.com is just the latest.
In a recent article on Inman Select, there was an article entitled “Could real estate teams solve the agent quality problem?”, an interesting question, but one that is based on a misunderstanding of what real estate teams are, what they aren’t, and why they exist.
In our hurry up and get it done world of texts and emails and business done from a distance, we sometimes build barriers when we mean to build bridges. If you want to avoid that, then these six simple steps will help you get where you want to go.
With agents trying to differentiate themselves from other real estate professionals, personal branding has become a popular DIY marketing skill for many. And yet a lot of them seem to get it wrong.
The news about the acquisition of Trulia by Zillow seems to have increased focus on Realtor.com’s ad campaign emphasizing the importance of data accuracy to the consumer