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Will Crowd Sourced Home Estimates Catch On?

by Drew Meyers on 8:00 am May 18, 2016

The other day I randomly looked to see if Realius still existed (see this, this, and this). It doesn’t. For those of you that never played with Realius, it was a game that allowed people to guess the value of homes. I was always a fan of the product’s potential. Like so many other startups, they could never get enough distribution to realize their potential. Yesterday, I saw the article in the Las Vegas Review Journal about the Exactimate (I’m not a fan of the branding, first … Read More »

Fantasy Real Estate Coming Soon – Realius’s Price Me Now Game to be Launched at TechCrunch40

by Drew Meyers on 9:15 pm September 15, 2007

Realius, which is building a suite of fantasy real estate games, announced that they are unveiling their 1st game — Price Me Now — at the TechCrunch 40 conference. The basic concept of the Price Me Now is to allow people to guess the price of active listings. To do so, the user can analyze recently sold homes data (via Zillow API) and property characteristics and photos (via an IDX feed). From the press release: Price Me Now(TM) evaluates player guesses and awards points based … Read More »

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