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UFC Nashville, The Morning After: Long Island real estate agent scores quick KO, ‘rages’ against UFC

What you may have missed from last night! Al Iaquinta may not be the coolest head in any given room. Long Island’s native son won his co-main event against veteran Diego Sanchez with a sublime knockout (see it here), and immediately adopted a hostile attitude towards his employers. Show More Summary

Photo do’s and don’ts for home sellers — and their agents

Apparently, not every home seller and Realtor in Orange County reads this column. Don’t get me wrong. Several of you enjoy this little shot of real estate reality and occasionally are kind enough to let me know that I’ve provided some useful information. For that I am deeply grateful. So loyal readers, forgive me if I […]

The week in real estate industry deals: April 17-21, 2017

While real estate agents chase leads and close deals on houses, there's another level of deal-making that takes place within the real estate industry: mergers, acquisitions, integrations and partnerships. We'll be recapping every week's noteworthy deals that didn't make it into print (and some that did) for your perusal. Here are this week's...

Is growth of Zillow Group’s Bridge platform hype or substance?

During Zillow Group's annual MLS Forum in Las Vegas this week, the real estate giant took the opportunity to announce that more than 10 multiple listing services with more than 180,000 agents combined had signed up for a listing input tool from its Bridge Interactive subsidiary, representing growth in its customer base. Show More Summary

Gridics, provider of property analysis tool, closes $1.1M seed funding round

Gridics, the provider of a collaborative search tool for real estate agents and their clients, has clinched $1.1 million in a seed funding round, and has unveiled a new application designed to streamline the development planning and approval process...

How a 29-year-old Malibu agent rose to industry leadership

While studying politics at San Diego State University, Stephen Udoff intended to go into city council work. But by the time he turned 21, he had officially caught the real estate bug. The purchase of his first investment property along with interning for a real estate firm did the trick...

Why real estate needs to stop whining about technology disruption

Real estate agents all around the world sound more like Chicken Little than professionals and business people. So much fear. So much worry. So much playing defense...

Beycome aims for the agent-less transaction — does it have legs?

I think it's healthy for real estate agents to know how to defend their value against the rise of internet-powered, agent-less transactions...

Are real estate agents scared of their own success?

Agents will begin rationalizing behavior that was just established as counterproductive. They will make small hurdles to delegation seem monstrous in size. They will work themselves up into such an uproar of confusion, lack of time, and lack of resources that they will take the worst action of all: none...

Meet the 7 companies selected for 2017’s REach accelerator class

Which real estate tech companies are providing the most promising tools to agents and their clients...

Bigger Conferences Are Not Better

The real estate industry is going strong. It is healthy and vibrant, full of bloom and experiencing exciting change. As agents, brokers, MLSs, franchises and tech firms explore a deeper understanding of the industry’s best practices, they look to conferences to gain insights and meet the people that are powering new ideas. Show More Summary

What real estate agents should know about pot legalization

An out-of-state client is seeking a home that's already set up for growing marijuana so that all he has to do is move in and get started. Meanwhile, a pregnant buyer is concerned about possible mold or contaminants resulting from growing pot indoors -- so she also wants to know what houses have hosted a grow space, but for different reasons. Show More Summary

Switching brokerages? Use your head, not your heart

Switching brokerages is a fairly common practice in the real estate industry, but the reasons agents make the move can vary widely. Often, it’s in search of a better split. Or sometimes just a "better fit.”...

11 reasons real estate agents should be replaced by robots

Real estate robots could have their own webpages, and they could be programed to appear to have traits like patience and kindness. They could be made to look attractive, too. Each brand could have their own gimmick so that their machines would be a little different, and so they stand out in the marketplace...

5 ways to market your real estate brand after a name change

A little over a week ago, Michigan real estate agent Lisa Kay VanderMeer eloped with her now-husband, Steve. In getting back to business, she's grappling with a common question for many agents who change their last names after marriage or divorce: How should she market the new moniker...

Court rejects Zillow’s insurance claim for legal expenses in VHT case

The real estate industry has been following the VHT lawsuit closely, in part because the photos at issue in the case were provided to Zillow by real estate agents, brokers and multiple listing services -- possibly under misattributed rights. Show More Summary

WikiRealty brings real estate agents’ local expertise to the forefront

WikiRealty helps agents promote local expertise and offers lifestyle buying for home shoppers....

7 reasons real estate investing is agents’ perfect path to wealth

Most real estate agents believe that fix-and-flip investing is too risky: the long holding times, all the things that can go wrong, budgets overruns, etc. And then there's the hassle of getting someone to manage the project, dealing with contractors and finding the funds to buy the property...

8 tips and tricks for getting listings as a new real estate agent

The biggest problem that new real estate agents face is getting listings. Getting sellers to list with you instead of buyers to list with you guarantees you get a commission if the property sells...

Indie broker hires goodwill ambassador to spread positivity

The Boutique Real Estate Group has added another person to its team, and it's not another agent, marketing guru or office management whiz — instead, owner Raj Qsar opted to hire a "Goodwill Ambassador," a person who's only job is to spread positivity wherever he goes...

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