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Being Shut Off from External APIs: Blessing or Curse?

by Drew Meyers on 2:11 pm May 15, 2015

As a startup, you often have no choice but to build on external APIs or platforms. In real estate, you’re almost always reliant on IDX/MLS data. Or WordPress. Or Drupal. Or Facebook. Or Twitter. Etc. There are, of course, massive advantages to building on top of other systems. But, doing so makes you dependent on a partner who you have zero control over who can change their mind/policies at any moment. If you’re building, or thinking about building, on top of any external platform, I wrote … Read More »

Using Google Chart to Make Real Estate Charts

by Bryan Bartels on 6:05 am July 16, 2012

Google Chart real estate trend

Numbers don’t lie. Google Charts is an invaluable tool to display real estate trends that will help buyers gain market specific knowledge and information. With Google Charts it is easier than ever to show home value charts and graphs for your featured listings, neighborhoods, or condominium complexes.  Most likely, if you have an active real estate license, you will have access to your local area’s MLS or local listing data.  Typically with these MLS services, you can generate a plethora of different real estate reports. Using … Read More »

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