Seemingly, everyone is talking about establishing and building a brand in the real estate industry these days. If not in those specific terms, then it’s related to your value proposition, niche’ in the market, or your short-term and long-term strategic
If you’re working for real estate professionals who are trying to earn back the trust of the consumer, you’d better be aware of what the consumer is thinking.
As we all get back to town from the big NAR event in Orlando there is much to do. First we have to rest our feet from walking the 72 miles (+/-) from Rosen North to Rosen South, from the
For the MLS Organization, consider the questions above and the struggle you have had to protect your data over the past few years. If you had a solution that metered, audited, controlled access, and provided real-time access to your data what kind of opportunities could you pursue.
Eighteen months ago we promised our customers a viable replacement candidate for their LIST-IT systems. A new MLS they could start using this fall, to be released at the 2012 NAR Expo in Orlando. That is next week and we are eager to show everyone what we’ve accomplished.
It takes a team to accomplish plans as complex as this migration. No one person can do it all. And they have worked long hours and have given great thought on how to make a transition this monumental have as little impact on our clients as possible.
At Solid Earth we believe that our product development culture of communication needs to move beyond the walls of our building. One way we are hoping to start doing that is with our Stakeholders.
Reading around the industry blogs sometimes makes it feel like the sky might be falling. However, It’s 11:30AM and looking outside I can confirm that the sky is NOT falling.
Mary Meeker, a partner at venerable Sand Hill Road VC: Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers, released her 2012 report detailing trends on the web and in mobile today at the All Things Digital meeting in Palos Verdes. Her analysis and insight are
Throughout life there are a few things that are consistent. Three of those that I readily acknowledge are death, taxes, and change. Change is the one that I’ve realized over the years that you can embrace it or get owned