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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, Darryl 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 »

False Advertising, and Sunny Photos

by Drew Meyers on 6:02 am June 13, 2014

Geek Estate got one visitor the other day from searching for the following term: how to make photos look sunny in photoshop You know what? Maybe you should just show a property in it’s real state? If it’s cloudy everyday, maybe you should show the user a photo with clouds. Yea, I get it saves some time (& money) to falsely portray a photo as sunny rather than actually find a sunny day to take the photo in the first place. But so what? Wouldn’t … Read More »

IDX Copyrighted Photo Trouble?

by Mark Hankel on 8:32 pm February 6, 2014

Can you be sued because of another Broker’s mis-use of copyrighted images? If a Broker lists a home and uploads copyrighted images as part of their listing feed, which is then in turn placed in  RETS/IDX, which you promptly display on your site — the answer is YES. It has happened, it is still happening, and it happened to me. Someone does an image search and everyone that shows up displaying that copyrighted image gets the “email“. In this case, the Broker was listing a … Read More »

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended Makes Every Day Sunny In Florida

by Jeff Lichtenstein on 12:23 pm May 24, 2012

I grew up in Chicago and kids had to choose between the White Sox or the Cubs as their favorite team. Since there has only been one World Series winner between both teams since 1917, choices are not the best. Anyway, my team was the White Sox because of their colorful announcers, Harry Caray and Jimmy Piersall. I remember Piersall once remarked that it was a cold night at the ballpark. Bill Veeck, the owner, scolded Piersall and said, “It’s never cold at the ballpark.” … Read More »

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