So says Dan Green .
Date Archives May 2008
One thing that absolutely must be fixed on the new Realtor.com
Spell ” separate ” correctly, for goodness sakes. I guess that’s why it’s a beta. Also, in the message sent to the Realtor, why have pre-written text advertising to the Realtor ?
How much do I charge for sending out a referral?
I don’t like the feeling when I pay a referral fee (although they do pay the bills occasionally), so I don’t want to transfer that same ill feeling to another agent. … Related reading – Transparency in real estate fees (or why do I hate referral fees) Go to Hell, relo company
If more Realtors and buyers and sellers could or would recognize these simple facts, we would all be better off. … quite well – and each time it was irrelevant, but important to the buyer to have – if only to work through it.
What the DOJ-NAR settlement means for me
The Real Estate Bloggers write what I was thinking : The amazing thing about monopoly and governmental lawsuits against companies over the issues of technology is that by the time the slow gears of justice run their course, the battle has long been over. … Realtors will keep competing, buyers will keep searching online, sellers will still think that print advertising works (it does, but not to sell houses) , and technology will continue to change at a pace much faster than behemoths like the NAR or the incompetents within our federal government can handle.
Tracking Gen Y in real estate
Does that work for [NEW TAB] Brazen Careerist : In the middle of a marketing presentation, I was talking about integrating Social Media into a pretty large companyâ€™s summer marketing and branding plans. … I’m still trying to figure out how best to use this “new” insight and target this market, but they likely will be among the next wave of homebuyers and sellers.
Take Charlottesville’s Art In Place to a different place
Why not take the City’s Art in Place program to a different level? Like – here for example ?