Let’s face it…many of the most well-respected companies in real estate have not spent a lot of time on their logo in a LONG TIME! The industry is besieged with new players with huge marketing budgets and very contemporary branding. While a logo is not everything, it can certainly set the tone and tell others you’re evolving and that your brand is still relevant today.
The role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in real estate has been accelerating. Yesterday, real estate’s natural conversation AI leader OJO Labs of Austin announced $45 million in new funding. To borrow an analogy from advisor Ken Jenny – who once described OJO Labs as a “Ferrari” – AI is about to really take off in our industry as this sports car now has rocket fuel. OJO Labs you might recall, grabbed headlines last fall when it combined with data giant WolfNet of the Twin Cities. Its ‘OJO” AI virtual assistant had already been turning a lot of heads. [...]
CoreLogic®, a leading global property information, analytics and data-enabled solutions provider, today announced that it has entered into an agreement with Homesnap
Who is getting to the listing appointment first? Is it a traditional broker the first call for a listing appointment, or do consumers reach out to iBuyer programs like Zillow, Redfin, Keller Williams, Realogy, OpenDoor, Mark Spain, or others first?
Over the last few weeks, we have been researching web traffic for 177 of some of the most productive brokerages in sales volume and sides. While we are still diving deep into the study, there was one stat which gave me grave concern; the number of broker websites which are not secure for a customer to login or to complete a form.
Inside Real Estate’s kvCORE Platform Adds Robust Business Analytics to Help Real Estate Businesses Drive Bottom Line Results
The latest technology enhancements to kvCORE Platform aligns with successful SaaS platforms in other technologically advanced industries
Howard Hanna Real Estate Services released today its results for the year ended December 31, 2018.
The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) announced the launch of Lone Wolf’s Instanet TransactionDesk suite as a member benefit for all Canadian REALTORS®, except for Quebec (who is already on the platform).
Crye-Leike Real Estate Services website (www.crye-leike.com) has received the 2019 Website Quality Certification and Best Internet Lead Management and Response Time award from Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®, a selective global community of more than 565 independent real estate firms.
North Carolina Regional Multiple Listing Service (NCRMLS) is pleased to announce the appointment of Daniel Jones, a seasoned MLS and technology executive as its new Chief Executive Officer.
One company’s success becomes another’s pain. Mergers and acquisitions over the last few years have taken a toll on brokerages and their tech stacks. Finding means to protect highly invested tools is becoming more difficult. Maybe the first place to begin is with the contract.
There is a lot of noise in real estate right now – brokerages are worrying about a host of external factors beyond their controls - Compass and its latest set of acquisitions, whispers of a recession, bad weather keeping buyers away from Open Houses etc. While we always have to keep our eye on the industry and economy, it’s more important to keep your eye on something much closer to home that you CAN control that WILL have a REAL impact on your business. Many brokerages closely watch transaction closings and Gross Commission Income (GCI). Both are very important metrics, [...]