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Live Exclusively = Smart Approach to Curation

by Drew Meyers on 9:30 am September 22, 2017

I came across Live Exclusively yesterday, which apparently has its sights set on massive expansion. A thoughtfully curated collection of new and preconstruction South Florida residences priced above $1 million USD now available in the App Store! They list “thoughtful curation” as their #1 feature. I like it…

Approaches to Narrowing Search Results

by Drew Meyers on 1:28 pm May 4, 2017

I wrote an article recently about helping buyers find the perfect home more efficiently. Though I still don’t think finding “the absolute perfect home” is something buyers are clamoring for in an online search experience, I do believe there to be immense value in helping buyers discover the properties relevant to them (without wading through crap that’s not). There’s a few approaches to narrowing a search: Standard filters — almost every real estate search website has basic search parameters such as price, beds, baths, square footage, … Read More »

Curation for Real Estate

by Drew Meyers on 7:22 am March 28, 2012

You’ve likely heard the word curation. But maybe you aren’t entirely sure what it is, or how you can use it in your business? Why do it? How do you make money from curation at a local level in the real estate vertical? What is Curation? In my mind, at it’s very basic form, curation is the process of narrowing some collection of “things” into some collection of “things that mean something”. Digital curation is, by and large, narrowing down links. Why and How? Curation … Read More »

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