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I was on a conference call earlier with a client discussing an upcoming strategy planning session, and one of the people raised a very interesting and a very good point. […]

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Why Wall Street Consistently Gets iBuyer Wrong

Over at Forbes, Peter Smirniotopoulos, a Contributor who writes about real estate, penned an article titled, “AI, and iBuyers, Oh My! Are There Structural Limits to PropTech?” It is such […]

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[VIP] The Notorious Interview: Jack Ryan, REX

Thanksgiving is behind us, along with the annual frenzy of consumerism known as Black Friday… although in 2019, I think Cyber Monday (which is today) might be an even bigger […]

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Time for a Housecleaning: Racism in Long Island Real Estate

I am alternatively furious and despondent that this post has to be written in 2019. But it has to be. In case you missed it, Newsday, the local newspaper for […]

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[VIP] The Notorious Interview: Skylar Olsen, Kathryn Coursolle, Zillow Research

In today’s episode of the Notorious Interview, I have a fantastic conversation with a pair of economists from Zillow Research, which publishes an annual Consumer Housing Trends Report.  It is […]

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[VIP] The Notorious Interview: Jarred Kessler, EasyKnock

In today’s episode of the Notorious Interview, I have a fantastic conversation with a pair of economists from Zillow Research, which publishes an annual Consumer Housing Trends Report.  It is […]

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Pass Clear Cooperation Policy, But Address the Gaping Loophole

On Saturday, the MLS Policy Committee of NAR approved the proposed Clear Cooperation Policy (also known as MLS Policy 8.0) as written and forwarded it on to the Board of […]

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[VIP] Realogy, Q3/2019: The Profitability Dilemma

Earnings Week content keeps rolling on! It’s time we took a look at Realogy, the bellwether for health of traditional real estate brokerage. I wish I could report some joyful […]

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[VIP] Zillow, Q3/2019: Not a Test, But a Test Kitchen

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Why Wall Street Consistently Gets iBuyer Wrong

Over at Forbes, Peter Smirniotopoulos, a Contributor who writes about real estate, penned an article titled, “AI, and iBuyers, Oh My! Are There Structural Limits to PropTech?” It is such […]

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Musings on Defining Fundamental Problems

I was on a conference call earlier with a client discussing an upcoming strategy planning session, and one of the people raised a very interesting and a very good point. […]

,,,
Jack Ryan, REX

[VIP] The Notorious Interview: Jack Ryan, REX

Thanksgiving is behind us, along with the annual frenzy of consumerism known as Black Friday… although in 2019, I think Cyber Monday (which is today) might be an even bigger […]

,,,
long island divided

Time for a Housecleaning: Racism in Long Island Real Estate

I am alternatively furious and despondent that this post has to be written in 2019. But it has to be. In case you missed it, Newsday, the local newspaper for […]

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Rock-and-Hard-Place

[VIP] Realogy, Q3/2019: The Profitability Dilemma

Earnings Week content keeps rolling on! It’s time we took a look at Realogy, the bellwether for health of traditional real estate brokerage. I wish I could report some joyful […]

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Musings on Defining Fundamental Problems

I was on a conference call earlier with a client discussing an upcoming strategy planning session, and one of the people raised a very interesting and a very good point. […]

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long island divided

Time for a Housecleaning: Racism in Long Island Real Estate

I am alternatively furious and despondent that this post has to be written in 2019. But it has to be. In case you missed it, Newsday, the local newspaper for […]

,,
wire fence

Pass Clear Cooperation Policy, But Address the Gaping Loophole

On Saturday, the MLS Policy Committee of NAR approved the proposed Clear Cooperation Policy (also known as MLS Policy 8.0) as written and forwarded it on to the Board of […]

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Compass and Coming Soon: Not About the Client

[EDIT: This post has been updated with responses from Compass, and my further responses to those responses.] [EDIT: I have updated the post once again, with another round of clarifications […]

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Musings on Defining Fundamental Problems

I was on a conference call earlier with a client discussing an upcoming strategy planning session, and one of the people raised a very interesting and a very good point. […]

,,,
financial-analysis

Why Wall Street Consistently Gets iBuyer Wrong

Over at Forbes, Peter Smirniotopoulos, a Contributor who writes about real estate, penned an article titled, “AI, and iBuyers, Oh My! Are There Structural Limits to PropTech?” It is such […]

,
Skylar-Catherine.001

[VIP] The Notorious Interview: Skylar Olsen, Kathryn Coursolle, Zillow Research

In today’s episode of the Notorious Interview, I have a fantastic conversation with a pair of economists from Zillow Research, which publishes an annual Consumer Housing Trends Report.  It is […]

,,,
Jarred Kessler featured image.001

[VIP] The Notorious Interview: Jarred Kessler, EasyKnock

In today’s episode of the Notorious Interview, I have a fantastic conversation with a pair of economists from Zillow Research, which publishes an annual Consumer Housing Trends Report.  It is […]

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