You don’t need the IDX on your real estate website today.
Lowe’s recently announced that it was going to invest money into a company that drastically cuts real estate agents commissions. It caused an uproar on social media and agents across the country had a lot to say about it. In this article you’ll get my own take on this subject and what it means for you and your business.
A Short History of Real Estate Listings Going Online & Technological Innovations 1993: The first Cell Phone/PDA is introduced by IBM and Bell South! 1996: The National Association of REALTORS® makes an operating agreement for control over it’s website and online branding with a web company (now Move.com) 1999: Al Gore takes credit for inventing […]
Zillow Buys HotPads.com and what that means to the Real Estate Industry Why should Realtors be aware of Zillow’s recent purchase of HotPads.com? Zillow continues to be the Number 1 ranked real estate website. The acquisition of HotPads.com is part of Zillow’s overall plan to dominate the online real estate market and to now include […]
Real Estate, Realtors, and the Internet in 2013 In case you have not noticed yet the housing market is actually in recovery. It’s a slow recovery and not equal in all places but it’s a recovery. The housing market is actually contributing positively to the U.S. GDP and helping the economy press forward in 2012. […]
Zillow Adds Pre-Market Foreclosures to Home Search Tool Whether you love or hate Zillow as a Real Estate Agent (I think you should embrace it and Trulia), they are pressing forward with their overall business model which is to become the #1 Real Estate Website in the country. Zillow plans to retain their current number […]