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Realogy is putting on their FWD Innovation Summit this week in New Jersey… Beamly Closing Time CO Everywhere Curb Call Deductr GoConnect HouseHappy Lasso KISI Matterport Remotely Retsly Slide Bureau Smartexpose Zumper Congrats to all the participants. Show More Summary
I’m a web developer, and until four months ago I knew exactly nothing about real estate technology. I was looking for a new project to work on, and met with a real estate broker who was pitching me on her idea for a checklist app — she felt like her agents needed something to help them keep track of all the things they have to do. Show More Summary
Geek Estate got one visitor the other day from searching for the following term: how to make photos look sunny in photoshop You know what? Maybe you should just show a property in it’s real state? If it’s cloudy everyday, maybe you should show the user a photo with clouds. Show More Summary
If you are running a real estate website (or frankly any type of website), you should be aware of Google’s Panda 4.0 update that occurred on May 20th, 2014. If you are unsure what this means for your website or you are still trying to piece together what Pandas and Google have in common, then you may want to continue reading. Show More Summary
Look no further… If you haven’t already, take a look here: http://givebackhomes.com/ The post Want to Differentiate in 2014? appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.
I think a massive home run opportunity, is to build a marketplace for pocket listings with a consumer base rather than just agents. Zillow is going after the pocket listings opportunity with “Coming Soon“… Smart. Very, very smart. The post Coming Soon – Zillow Takes a Stab at Capitalizing on Pocket Listings appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.
There are a ton of social networks focused on neighborhoods. Nextdoor (prior coverage) is likely the largest and most well known. Fatdoor is re-launching. With robots. Truthfully, this just makes me sigh. For those who want to connect with your neighbors with robots, you can sign up for the re-launch here. Show More Summary
If you follow the tech industry, “unbundling” mobile has been a trend over the past 9 or 12 months. Facebook is doing it. Dropbox is doing it. Foursquare is doing it. Heck, even Google is doing it. I’ve talked to several entrepreneurs over the past couple years who want to compete against Zillow and Trulia and Realtor.com. Show More Summary
In this blog post I’m going to outline five excellent real estate contact management and marketing tips that will help you build stronger relationships with your sphere, benefit from a consistent stream of referrals and repeat business, and become a more successful agent both short and long term. Show More Summary
I just came across this video, Bounce. You should watch it. My bet is that you’ll get through the whole thing. It’s basically a soccer version of Where the Hell is Matt. Some of you may have seen several of the Where the Hell is Matt videos over the years. Show More Summary
I came across Hometaurus today, as a result of them following me on Twitter. Their twitter bio states “Becoming The Largest Social Real Estate Network in America. Created by Agents and Manage by Agents. Sell Your Home Listing To The World”. Show More Summary
Via Seth Godin: Opening the doors for the masses to speak, giving everyone who cares to have one a microphone–it has led to an explosion in people speaking. And most people, most of the time, are saying virtually nothing. Nothing worth reading, nothing worth repeating, certainly nothing worth remembering. Show More Summary
In our latest real estate tech interview, I’m talking to Hillel Cooperman, with Jackson Fish Market (creator of Slide Bureau). Without further adieu, here’s a bit more from his own mouth… What do you do? I’m the co-founder of Jackson Fish Market, a small Seattle-based software startup. Show More Summary
Real estate agents are overpaid. It’s a notion I’ve heard from many many people outside of the real estate industry over the past 8 years. And there are countless entrepreneurs who have thought the same thing, and actually tried to change...Show More Summary
In our latest real estate tech interview, I’m talking to Andrew Gale of FlyerCo.com. Without further adieu, here’s a bit more from his own mouth… What do you do? I’m the founder of http://FlyerCo.com which allows real estate agents to create professional real estate flyers with zero effort. Show More Summary
As someone who spends far too much time commenting on others’ writing and discussing business online, I think I have a fairly good feel for user experience when it comes to online commenting systems. Disqus and Facebook commenting seem to be the major 3rd-party players in the commenting world right now, and they deliver very different products. Show More Summary
Real estate CRM’s are a tricky business. I’ve spoken to numerous entrepreneurs over the past year who aim to solve the CRM problem that’s existed forever. My gut? None of them will, and here’s why… First of all, it has absolutely nothing to do with their competency. Show More Summary
In our latest real estate tech interview, I’m talking to Joseph Walla of HelloSign. Without further adieu, here’s a bit more from his own mouth… What do you do? I’m the CEO of HelloSign, the easiest way to add secure, legally-binding eSignatures to your businesses workflow. Show More Summary
You should all listen to the following interview with Seth Godin (with Debbie Millman at the 2014 HOW conference)… There is lots of great stuff in there, but one quote I particularly love: Effort isn’t the point. Impact is. [via Seth Godin] The post An Interview with Seth Godin on Vulnerability appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.
Big news from Curb Call: they’ve pushed their product live, and signed Realty One as their first client. The deal is exclusive for four areas – San Diego, Orange County, Las Vegas metro area, and Phoenix metro area. Press release here. Show More Summary