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.
Tech titans have caught utopia fever. Here’s a breakdown of who’s doing what Maybe it’s the sudden flurry of flying car proposals or the hype over hyperloop, but it seems like tech companies are finally ready to build the cities of the...Show More Summary
Elvis and Priscilla returned to this modernist residence after their 1967 wedding One of the most iconic modern residences in Palm Springs is back on the market. Dubbed the “House of Tomorrow” by Look Magazine in 1962, the house is most...Show More Summary
The President of the United States intervenes to get his brother released in China, LeBron James weighs in with high praise and Magic Johnson says the jump shot may need some work, after all. For Lonzo Ball, it's just another day.
One down, 214 to go BART has run into hangups with its new fleet of trains that may delay the transit agency’s rollout until after Thanksgiving. But in more immediate San Francisco news, Muni announced Thursday that the first of itsShow More Summary
Company’s “boxes” advertisement bemoans traffic created by cars Ride-hailing outfit Uber released an ad that might have the unintended bug of pointing out exactly why so many city dwellers are so peeved at the San Francisco-based company. The...Show More Summary
In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with the founder of Infabode, Matt Partridge. Matt was yet another founder I met in New York while attending the mipim summit. Without further ado… What do you do?...Show More Summary
One of the most interesting technologies I came across in NYC at mipim was Cubedots, which helps sell off-market residences. Get a flavor by watching this video… The post Selling Off-Plan Residences? appeared first on GeekEstate Blo...
"We started talking about the new developments, emerging markets and transactions and we got invited to PPW and it’s an interesting journey because three years ago when we came out and we said ‘we’re going to develop a solution which...Show More Summary
The $1.6-billion project will add 12 new gates to the Tom Bradley International Terminal In the midst of a major overhaul, LAX will soon get a new concourse serving the Tom Bradley International Terminal, and a flashy new video explains...Show More Summary
I watched the video of Robert Reffkin’s vision for real estate’s future (via Inman)… Compass’ goal is 20% market share in the top 20 cities by 2020. How are they going to do it? Invest in their team (meaning buying agents), and build a…CRM? Say what? CRMs exist already. Show More Summary
I’m a big fan of what I see from GiveRealty; how can you not be when you realize they have donated over $700,000 to charities? I actually came across their work in 2013, but took another look this morning and wanted to highlight two specific things on their website. Show More Summary
Urban big cats are rare but can be dangerous Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff reported via Twitter that a mountain lion appeared outside of his San Francisco house on Saturday, most likely having ranged down out of the nearby Presidio. Benioff...Show More Summary
It’s a bit of a fixer upper Much hyped Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball has started his professional basketball career with mixed results, but his career as an extremely rich person is off to a roaring start. The Los Angeles Times reports that...Show More Summary
OK Go bassist Tim Nordwind tells us what could go wrong at the unique show at Royce Hall on Saturday, Nov. 4.
The Museum of Ice Cream is popular, colorful and sugary, but are visitors playing—or playing themselves? The sprinkles got to me first: After Boomerangs on banana swings, the second-most-popular ’gram from the Museum of Ice Cream seemed to be kid-buried-in-the-sprinkle-pit. Show More Summary
Bewitching architecture Ah, Hocus Pocus. Whether it’s the wandering eye of Winifred Sanderson’s spellbook or when the Sanderson sisters break out into improbable song, it’s safe to say that everybody has a favorite bit of the 1993 cult-hit...Show More Summary
Mike DelPrete, a leading real estate tech analyst and senior consultant for the AIM group, says real estate listings on Purplebricks' recently-launched U.S. site have doubled in the time since he posted an article about the portal last week, signifying continued growth for the brand. Continue reading Purplebricks’ U.S. Show More Summary
The lawsuit comes amid a rocky week for the HUD secretary A collection of civil rights groups is suing the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, along with its secretary, Ben Carson, over the delay of a housing voucher rule...Show More Summary
This is what was going on in 1984, the year in which the second season of Netflix’s “Stranger Things” is set.