Articles filed under Real Estate

I Hate to Beat Up On NAR But…

Really, I have no axe to grind against the National Association of Realtors. I suspect that I would like most of the individuals who work

Got Proof?

I think Pat Kitano at TransparentRE is one of those guys who has brilliant and useful insights to anyone interested in exploring what Real Estate

On Biz 2.0: Super Real Estate Companies

Mike Farmer at Bloodhound has an inspirational and thought-provoking post up on what he calls a “Biz 2.0: Super Real Estate Company” would look like.

A Ruling on the Craiglist Case

Work has been absolutely crushing the past couple of weeks, and blogging has been light out of necessity.  Hopefully, I can get back on schedule next week.

NAR Jumps Into The Commercial Fray

This is big news that portends intensely amusing times ahead: A National Association of Realtors tech incubator company has acquired a commercial real estate data

What A Real Estate Website Should Be

I could, theoretically, go on for a few thousand words on this topic.  What should a real estate website look like?  What should it provide

Most Appropriately Named

From Inman blog comes news of this new organization: The Association of Associates Representing Sellers (AARSTEAM), a just-launched for-profit corporation that is open to membership

The Future of Brokerage Paper

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