…thinks so. On Zillow’s failings: “Zillow is so 2006. The business model is based on advertising CPMs, and now that the real estate bubble has burst, it’s much less fun to track the (sinking) value of your home. There’s more competition as well, including Trulia and Redfin.” On Trulia’s success: “If location, location and location […]
…is particularly interesting.
…glassdoor with an ex-Microsoft/Expedia team. Rentbits thinks the name indicates a new real estate company, which would seem to scream conflict of interest with Zillow… Considering Rich could probably self-fund a company like this, I can’t help but thinks he gets funding because he just enjoys the process. (via TechCrunch)
…Mary! (and especially glad she didn’t share any of the stories!) More notes from RETechSouth: RETech South – Widgets, Plug-Ins, and Tools RETech South Roundup Blogging for Alpharetta Real Estate Has Lighter Side REtechSouth: It’s a Great Time to Blog The Future of Real Estate and Technology is Now My Personal Take-Aways from the REtechSouth […]
… a morning business show where she talks about the value of her Chicago real estate blog to her business.
…his tips for how consumers can save money by going without a traditional agent. However, if someone does take up this challenge, which could be quite interesting and information, I’d recommend first that you dive into the logic that permeates the tech crowd. One of the slides that has made it into all of my […]
…traditional channels, this year cut their print budgets and pushed more money into the Web.” ~just dug up by Jeff
I recently received this long, but interesting email from an MLS committee member on the role of consumer content around listings that I found interesting enough to share with my readers: “I have been catching up to the “ClueTrain Manifest” dialogue as a result of your reposting of Rob’s comments. I find it very timely. […]