The Lastest From The Geek Estate Blog
W&R Studios team worked on a MLS search app, called Cloud MLX, at a recent “hack week”… the presentation is below. Read more about the hack week project in part 1 here and part 2 here.
Another company I spoke with while in New York last week at Inman Connect’s Startup Alley was the Certified Charitable Giving Alliance (CCG Alliance). I spoke with co-founder and CEO, Robin Leigh, for a few minutes and learned a bit about her mission and organization. Since it’s not exactly a secret I’m a fan of anything in the social good space (see this), I asked her to answer a few questions and she obliged. Her answers are below… What do you do? The CCG Alliance™ creates and … Read More »
It seems there is virtually unlimited desire for insight into that very, very large real estate company based in Seattle that starts with the magical letter “Z“. To satisfy that curiosity, John and Todd at GeekWire interviewed Zillow co-founders Rich Barton and Lloyd Frink, along with early exec and now CEO Spencer Rascoff, and released it as a podcast for your listening pleasure… Listening while I work today at Galvanize in Pioneer Square makes me think back to many of the moments I referenced earlier this … Read More »
[Disclosure: PrimoListing is a sponsor of Geek Estate this month, and this is a sponsored post.] We all know — pictures speak 1,000 words. Buyers want to look at gorgeous photos, that’s no secret. (see here, here, and here). Are you giving them what they want when they are looking at your listings? PrimoListing.com is a website creator designed specifically for real estate. Beautiful, modern designs. Incredibly photo centric. Examples of PrimoListing pages: http://450martinlane.com/ http://www.830northphelps.com/ It takes about 10 mins to create a listing with its own … Read More »
I just saw the news that Zillow Group acquired Naked Apartments for $13 million in cash. Zillow is definitely investing heavily in rentals. Current renters are tomorrow’s buyers, and they obviously realize it’s cheaper to acquire that traffic ahead of the pack rather than compete for it when they are actually ready to buy (when everyone else is bidding on it too). I still believe Zillow’s biggest competitor in rentals long term will be a very unexpected player, not really in the real estate industry at all currently: AirBnB. (I’ve … Read More »