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CoreLogic To Deliver a ‘Data Mart’ for Real Estate Content

Property research and technology provider CoreLogic has unveiled its latest product Trestle, a software solution suite which will streamline and consolidate data for brokers, their vendors and multiple listing services (MLS).

Oddball Out - Thursday

‘The creeper came in while you were out.’ Says negotiator S, as I return to the office. I seem to miss all the fun while on appointments, but I’d hate to be shackled to the desk nine hours a day like some call centre drone - or on-line estate agent, as they want to be called. Show More Summary

Much-Vandalized Cave Where Jim Morrison Might Have Hung Out Closed to Public

Parks officials closed off Corral Canyon Cave after it became overrun with Doors' fans and spray paint The California State Parks Department is shutting down a cave in Malibu where Jim Morrison is rumored to have written some of his songs (though there doesn't seem to be any evidence to suggest this is in any way true). Show More Summary

Seminar for Disaffected OTM Agents Expects Over 60

Estate Agent Today reports over 60 estate agencies have signed up to attend the OnTheMarket Action Group seminar planned in central London to be addressed by legal representatives who will discuss portal contractual issues.

This Must Be the Original Race Car Bed

Or a very bad soapbox derby entrant From a contemporist piece on a Texas home renovation done by Specht Architects together and Louise Harpman comes this bed, which looks like either the original race car bed, or the world's worst soapbox derby entrant. Show More Summary

UAE Is Building a Mountain to Increase Rainfall

The plan could have unintended side effects United Arab Emirates is the country in which Dubai is located, so nothing they do should really surprise us. But still, the news that they are planning to construct an artificial mountain in...Show More Summary

Mar Vista Pad Comes With an Awesome Backyard

This remodeled single-story has a yard made to party and is asking $1.7 million There are some hidden renovations to this house (new air conditioning installed, plus a new sewer line—important), but the most visible overhaul is to the landscaping. Show More Summary Still Gets Twice the Visits

REA Group has released its Q3 results which show a 20 per cent increase in revenue to $461 million and an EBITDA growth of 25 per cent from core operations to $263 million.

Plan Your Metro Trip to Santa Monica With the New Expo Schedule

Get to Santa Monica on the train in 50 minutes or less The Metro Expo Line extension to downtown Santa Monica is coming soon, so soon that the official schedule announcing train times for the new light rail line is now out. The schedule...Show More Summary

How LA's Midcentury Bowling Alleys Are Being Remade For a New Era

Can black lights and bar food save some of LA's iconic lanes? Perhaps no cultural institution embodies the utopian dream of postwar Los Angeles quite like the bowling alley. Massive single-story structures offering family fun, greasy...Show More Summary

Agents Sign On To Australia’s RENT Month on Month

Australian rental site achieved more than 660,000 unique visitors to the website during April 2016 while also continuing to increase agent registrations and landlord listings in line with its content targets.

Design Spotlight: John & Karyl Quevillon

This week’s design spotlight features our MASTERY agents, John and Karyl Quevillon, from Camano Island, Washington. The dynamic duo of Karyl and John Quevillon came to us as not only a new real estate team, but a newly-married couple as well! They grew up together on Camano Island and Stanwood as best friends, took other […]

Coping With Life as a Business Owner

How many hats do you wear? As a real estate salesperson, you’re painfully aware that you’re not just a salesperson. You’re a marketer, financial consultant, troubleshooter, negotiator, computer repair person, legal consultant, and customer service representative, not to mention the owner of a small business. Yes, you are the President, the Chief, the Boss and CEO […]

Cooper Hewitt Announces 2016 National Design Award Winners

The winners will be honored at a gala dinner in October Break out your party hats: Earlier today, the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum's director, Caroline Baumann, announced the 2016 winners of the institution's National Design Awards. Show More Summary

Kitchen Remodel Wish List: Which Features Do You Covet Most?

One can dream Earlier this week, Curbed ran a Twitter poll asking folks which part of the house they'd rather renovate. The winner? The kitchen, by a landslide. That's not exactly surprising, is it? Kitchens, after all, are often where...Show More Summary

News Corp. reports solid digital real estate earnings despite Q1 losses

News Corp. -- the parent company of real estate portal's operator, Move Inc. -- reported declining year-over-year revenue in the first quarter of 2016 (the third quarter of News Corp.'s fiscal year). Total company revenues of $1.9 billion were down from $2.0 billion last year. The company reported a loss of $149 million overall in the quarter...

MercadoLibre Reports 6% Revenue Growth in Q1

Latin American e-commerce technology platform MercadoLibre Inc has released its financial results for Q1 2016 including a 6 per cent increase in revenue to $157.6 million based on USD.

173% Growth For Spark API, More Coming

Ahead of the NAR Midyear Conference next week, the PR teams at many vendors are busy pushing out press releases about new APIs, including Zillow…Read Post The post 173% Growth For Spark API, More Coming appeared first on Flexmls.

Ask Denise: Open House Music

Q: “Denise, I was hosting an open house last week and I was playing some rock music very softly over the home’s sound system (partially because I wanted to highlight the speakers which were throughout the house). However, I had a couple complain. Should I not play music?” A: Interesting question! There are pros and […]

Castle-Like Forest Hill Home Returns to Market for $2.3 Million

Tower is not catapult certified The only problem with this four bed, two and a half bath Forest Hill home is that it can’t move diagonally across the board. The Forest Hill fortification circa 1927 is a quick flip: It sold for $2.35Show More Summary

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