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Does Thanos, I mean, RealScout Want a War?

As many longtime readers know, Andrew Flachner is a good friend of mine, and a wonderful young technology executive. I like Andrew, I respect Andrew, and I thought both of […]

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[VIP] Ben Thompson of Stratechery Shows How Dropbox Points the Way Forward (for the MLS)

Seriously, I think I could just write a real estate angle to most of Ben Thompson’s articles and updates from Stratechery, and fill the content calendar easily. I just wrote […]

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Zillow and Antitrust? Reflections on Stratechery’s Tech and Antitrust

Ben Thompson of Stratechery, a VIP member on Notorious, recently wrote a post on Tech and Antitrust that is absolutely fascinating on a lot of levels. Although that post is […]

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Let’s Stir the Pot: Glenn Kelman and the MLS Issue

I’m back from the week on the road, but about to embark on yet another week on the road… so wanted to get this short post up for your weekend […]

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The Problem with “Good Agents Will Adapt”

I mentioned blogging would be light because I’m at the annual Realtor Quest conference that the Toronto Real Estate Board puts on. It’s a truly wonderful world-class event, I think, […]

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[VIP] Redfin Direct vs. Zillow Offers At Full Scale: A Thought Experiment

[I will be on the road all next week so blogging will be a bit light. I hope the flurry of activity in recent days will provide enough reading and […]

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iBuyer and the Issue of Concessions

In a couple of recent VIP posts, I looked through limited number of iBuyer transactions of both Opendoor and Zillow. I then took the most interesting conclusion one can draw […]

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[VIP] One Month of Zillow Offers in Phoenix: An Analysis

In a previous post, I looked at some of Opendoor’s transactions in Florida and drew some conclusions on very limited data. Well, I got my hands on some more data, […]

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[VIP] Hot Take on NAR’s Motion to Dismiss

In a previous post, I looked at some of Opendoor’s transactions in Florida and drew some conclusions on very limited data. Well, I got my hands on some more data, […]

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The Department of Justice Demands CoreLogic Turn Over Documents and Answer Questions

Boy, some things are happening this week. Last night, I saw that NAR had filed its response in the form of a motion to dismiss the Moehrl v. NAR case. […]

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iBuyer and Conflicts of Interest

It seems pretty obvious now that the rest of the industry is waking up to the fact that iBuyer is not a blip on the radar, is not We Buy […]

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