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Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Darryl Glade from Stilio

by Drew Meyers on 10:00 am February 8, 2018

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with co-founder and CEO of Stilio, Daryl Glade. He’s another founder I met in New York a couple weeks ago. Without further ado… What do you do? I am part of the incredible Stilio team that connects real estate agents with local real estate photographers. The Stilio platform network simply matches demand with supply. In our case, the demand is the need for professional listing photography and the supply is local professional real estate photographers. … Read More »

Geek Estate Newsletter #15 — Affordable Housing

by Drew Meyers on 12:18 pm February 7, 2018

The purpose of Geek Estate’s private community is two fold: Curate the most incredible and diverse membership of real estate innovators, creatives, doers, and creators in the world. Make our members wildly successful in their careers building real estate companies. Most of the longer strategy, analysis, and trend pieces I formerly wrote publicly on this blog, I now publish in a newsletter. This week’s member newsletter (#15) touched on the topic of affordable housing and potential solutions (fractional homeownership, co-buying, tiny homes, etc). If you want … Read More »

immoviewer Creates Floor Plans From 360° Photos

by Drew Meyers on 10:00 am February 6, 2018

There was some big news last week from one of Geek Estate‘s founding members — Jeff Turner, CEO of immoviewer US. No Measuring. We Do All The Work. We’ve been testing floor plan creation from the 360° images in your immoviewer 3D tours for several months now and we’re happy to announce their official launch. Beginning today, you can now order floor plans right from your desktop dashboard. And the only measuring you’ll need to do is from the floor to the center of your camera lens. Simple. Easy. … Read More »

The “Tech-Enabled Real Estate Brokerage” Pitch

by Drew Meyers on 11:00 am February 5, 2018

It’s widely agreed upon that the rise of tech-enabled brokerages are one of the major major trends to watch in the real estate industry. Namely, Redfin, Compass, eXp Realty, and NextHome. From an agent perspective, I’m trying to better understand how these new models differentiate from each other. This weekend, I took a peak at their websites and found a couple videos targeted at agents. From Compass: From NextHome: eXp has a Google Presentation worth looking at here. Redfin’s career pitch is on their real estate jobs page. If … Read More »

Geek Estate Founding Member Spotlight: Sep Niakan from Condo Black Book

by Drew Meyers on 12:08 pm February 4, 2018

We kicked off our Geek Estate founding member interviews with Jennifer Kjellgren a couple weeks ago. The interviews are meant to give you a taste of current business priorities, products and trends to watch in 2018, and what they enjoy about being a member. Our 2nd founding member interview is with Sep Niakan from HB Roswell Realty in Miami. An avid reader of Geek Estate Blog since the very early years (2008 or 2009 I’d guess), I first met him at Inman in New York many years ago. He’s always struck me as a broker … Read More »

More Social Good: Lanier Property Group + Giveback Homes

by Drew Meyers on 10:00 am February 2, 2018

There’s more social good in real estate to report! Lanier Property Group, a boutique brokerage in Wilmington, North Carolina, has signed on as a Giveback Homes brokerage partner. You can read the press release here.     The giving keeps going… PS #1: The “Inspiration Lab” by Stephanie looks like an amazing initiative. PS #2: I still wonder why more agents and brokerages in the Seattle market aren’t doing more.

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Andrew Sasson from Corporate+Club

by Drew Meyers on 10:00 am February 1, 2018

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with co-founder and CEO of Corporate+Club, Andrew Sasson. I met Andrew at Inman Connect last week, and was immediately a fan of concept. Look no further than his first answer that mentions “face-to-face interactions and community building” to know why I was drawn to their company and concept (see Horizon’s focus on community). Without further ado… What do you do? Hi, I’m Andrew Sasson, CEO and Co-Founder of Corporate Plus Club. We specialize in face-to-face interactions … Read More »

Geek Estate & Topics for Newsletter #13

by Drew Meyers on 11:18 am January 31, 2018

The purpose of Geek Estate’s private community is two fold: Curate the most incredible and diverse membership of real estate creatives, doers, and creators in the world. Make our members wildly successful in their careers building real estate companies. Members pay a $97 quarterly membership fee. Being a paid community means we can operate without the sales pitches and noise you’ll find in every free community. We save members time by surfacing relevant tips, news, products, strategies, etc without the need to filter through everything … Read More »

Rent a Moving Truck with On the Move

by Drew Meyers on 10:00 am January 30, 2018

It’s not “tech” per say, but one of the more creative marketing approaches I came across at Inman Connect last week was On the Move. They lease trucks covered with custom graphics, also known as driving billboards. What’s so creative about this? If it’s just for your business, then it’s not. But what if it’s a truck “for your clients exclusive use”? (at the brokerage level). Your clients will use it on their big moving day — and YOUR CLIENTS will drive it all around town, showcasing your brand … Read More »

5 Ways That Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Technology Could Change the Construction Industry Forever

by Stephen Del Percio on 4:00 pm January 29, 2018

[Note from editor: originally published on AEC Labs] With Kodak recently announcing that it’s launching its own cryptocurrency to help protect digital photographers who sell their work on the web, we thought it would be a good time to take a deeper dive into blockchain technologies here at AEC Labs and discuss where they could have meaningful application for the construction industry in 2018 and beyond. This is a rather long article (our longest so far here at AEC Labs!), so we’ll give you the punchline up front: … Read More »

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