Like many of you in this industry, we typically spend the last weeks of April preparing for Midyear. This year, we estimated that our time in DC would be a lot busier given that Spring had been delivered to the
“Your Klout Score has dropped”. When that email lands in my Inbox I usually say something like “Klout is pointless. This doesn’t mean anything.” And then, guess what I do when the opposite happens? When there is that perky little
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
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.
Wow. We’re only one month away from NAR. We’ve been working toward this for over a year and it’s finally (almost) here. Our office feels a lot like Macy’s must feel like a month before Christmas – minus the mannequins and fake Santa.
We’re thrilled to be able to offer you your first glimpse of Spring and push the ball further down the field. We couldn’t do it without you.
Spring is the time when new life bursts from the Earth, when flowers bloom, birds sing, trees put out new leaves and shade the growing land. Spring is also the name of Solid Earth’s new MLS platform and it’s almost time for it to burst out too, onto the screens and tablets of our 45,000 subscribers across the country.
An early morning Google search for “real estate predictions 2012” resulted in 6,890 pages worth of related content. That’s really amazing to me. That’s a decent sized crowd at a tractor pull. By contrast, the approximate current enrollment at Harvard. Or,
It was around mid-September when I saw the first Spring demo on a tablet. I stood there in our back room holding an iPad searching for listings on a beautiful UI. I knew we were on to something. I couldn’t stop smiling