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Competing for the American Dream in a Rigged System

Competing for the American Dream in a Rigged System

[Editor’s Note: Below is the full text of Part I of our 214th Weekly Transmission, originally delivered direct to the inbox of more than 500 GEM members on June 2nd, 2022. Some links included below are to members-only articles.] Imagine sitting down to play a…

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WIPT X GEEK ESTATE – Housing Affordability

WIPT X GEEK ESTATE – Housing Affordability

Our focus on affordable housing continues with the upcoming webinar collaboration with Women in PropTech, as we discuss Housing Affordability. The panel will be led by Jenna Louie of Ivory Innovations, Caroline Caselli of Haven Connect, Ashley Stinton from Second Century Ventures, and KC Crosby with Pronto Housing. Gain invaluable intel and identify…

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Proptech networking roulette, Housing Affordability edition – March 2nd

Proptech networking roulette, Housing Affordability edition – March 2nd

Our “GEMbreaker” networking series continues…a round of (virtual) 1-on-1 conversations to meet a handful of amazing innovators. We’ve done more than 15 of these rapid-fire networking sessions previously, but this is the first time we’re focusing the marketing/audience/connections on one specific topic by making it an…

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Affordability Innovations, a new Workgroup within the GEM

Affordability Innovations, a new Workgroup within the GEM

On the heels of the announcement of GEM’s Blockchain + Real Estate workgroup, we have another up our sleeves to start the new year. The Affordability Innovations workgroup–hosted and curated by Matt Hoffman, Abby Ivory, and Jenna Louie–is being created to find and elevate startups focused on housing affordability,…

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Blueprinting Proptech: PadSplit

Blueprinting Proptech: PadSplit

[Editor’s Note: The GEM is a real estate tech think-tank comprised of 500+ founders, executives, VCs, and practitioners. Our mission is to attract the 1,500 most forward-thinking, and diverse, innovators. Below is a sample of one of the in-depth startup briefings from our Blueprinting Proptech…

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Looking Forward to 2022: Climate Takes Center Court

Looking Forward to 2022: Climate Takes Center Court

[Editor’s Note: We publish a Weekly Transmission for GEM members, a series of long-form articles covering the spectrum from shipping container co-living spaces to the battle for listing acquisition in the first iBuyer world war. Below, we look forward to 2022 with a range of predictions…

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Transparency Leading to Affordable Housing

Transparency Leading to Affordable Housing

[Editor’s note: Originally published as a Radar entry for members of the GEM.] Public is a new demonstration website by CityBldr to show cities “how many additional people could be housed on all available public land within the city limits,” according to GeekWire. The data, covering 100 U.S. cities…

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The Blueprint Sessions Episode #4: Atticus LeBlanc from PadSplit

The Blueprint Sessions Episode #4: Atticus LeBlanc from PadSplit

The Blueprint Sessions is a podcast for exceptional founders of exceptional startups that are disrupting the real estate industry. The goal is to provide a space for real estate startup founders to tell their stories to those who most need to hear them – potential…

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Terner Housing Innovation Lab Launches Nationwide Search for Early-Stage Housing Affordability Innovators

Terner Housing Innovation Lab Launches Nationwide Search for Early-Stage Housing Affordability Innovators

Housing Lab is kicking off its second group of ventures to elevate creative solutions to the housing crisis and promote an equitable recovery from COVID-19. They are looking for solutions that address racial and economic inequities in the housing market Housing Lab offers: A $100,000…

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Cities and Zoning: the Conundrum

Cities and Zoning: the Conundrum

Tim Hedberg from Motivo produced a short documentary about the exodus of families from urban centers like Seattle and the role zoning plays in that trend. While zoning is intended to create more affordable housing in large cities in response to growing demand, many families are being priced out…

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