Your Tech Provider Was Just Sold, Now What?

Every year companies are sold, and with each sale comes some uncertainty. More often than not, trust is the leading factor in making a decision to purchase services from a technology company and the ultimate sale of a company erodes that trust in a variety of ways. This article will discuss some of the fears along with multiple solutions.

The Importance of Peer-to-Peer Perspective to Measure Your Greatness

If I told you I could run a 40-yard dash in only 20 seconds, you might think that is amazing, unless you knew that professional athletes run it in more like 4 seconds. The point is that simply measuring your performance without a standard can warp your perspective. But what is the standard that you SHOULD use to measure your aptitude?

By |2022-07-20T12:46:53-07:00April 15th, 2022|MLS, MLS Insights, Strategic Planning|0 Comments

Don’t Let the Flow of Data Overwhelm Your MLS

There are three key challenges facing MLSs today that all organizations must address, regardless of their size or geographic boundaries. The first is market complexity. Just ask any brokerage that has tried to integrate a new MLS data feed into their existing tech stack. When data fields and policies don’t line up exactly, that can create a bottleneck in the flow of data.

By |2022-04-14T08:11:48-07:00April 14th, 2022|MLS, MLS Insights, Real Estate Technology|0 Comments

Howard Hanna Real Estate Announces Merger with HER, REALTORS

The Howard Hanna and HER merger is a huge win for Hanna Real Estate Services. This "merger" to expand services in Columbus, Cincinnati, and Dayton markets proves that a privately owned firm (albeit a very large one) can compete and succeed against the wall street funded competition.

By |2022-04-12T16:29:55-07:00April 13th, 2022|M&A, Mergers & Acquisitions|0 Comments

Brokers Use Loft47 to Automate their Real Estate Commissions

WAV Group, Inc. released a detailed report for real estate brokers in need of a modern and robust back office solution. WAV Group’s report Smart Backoffice Integrations Saves Brokers Time & Money describes how Loft47’s integrations with industry standard transaction management platforms and accounting systems are SMART and create a highly flexible technology stack that can accommodate the complexity of any individual brokerage.

Getting a Customer-First Mindset for Your MLS

Clootrack surveyed over 102 customer experience experts in a recent study that looked at the importance of the customer experience as a key differentiator for successful businesses. The second biggest challenge these experts pointed to, for organizations improving the customer experience, was this idea of a customer-first mindset.

By |2022-07-20T12:47:05-07:00April 7th, 2022|MLS, MLS Insights, Strategic Planning|0 Comments

Home Inspections Finally Wakes Up with Booking Tech

InspectionGo (iGo), provider of technology and services to the home inspection industry, announces the launch of iGo Network, a national platform for real estate agents, consumers, and investors to order home inspections through a digital, but human-enhanced, booking service.

By |2022-04-07T12:53:48-07:00April 6th, 2022|Press Releases, PropTech, Real Estate Technology|0 Comments

The Future Role of the Photographer in MLS Listings

The focus of the multiple listing service companies across America has been on the proper licensing of photography. The person taking the media – either photo or video - owns it unless you have an agreement otherwise. They license the media for a specific use. When it is contributed to the MLS compilation, the MLS requires a limited, perpetual license for MLS purposes.

Irvine-based PropTech Firm Revive Launches Presale Renovation App

The Power Buyer category among PropTech startups is rapidly growing. Instead of recommending that homeowners rush their property to the market for sale, Revive has a presale renovation program that has helped homeowners maximize their sales price and net proceeds by making key repairs and/or improvements to make the home move-in ready.

By |2022-04-05T10:24:08-07:00March 30th, 2022|Press Releases, PropTech, Real Estate Technology|0 Comments

Display Listing Broker Attribution At All Times

There is a strange and incongruent set of policies, rules, and customs in real estate that apply to the display of broker attribution on listings. State laws regulate broker attribution on signs and in advertising. In most markets today, client servicing tools used by agents to work with homebuyers are afforded the opportunity through rules and policies to deprecate (remove) the broker attribution entirely.

More Funding in Client for Life Category for Brokers

A number of companies are supporting brokers with concierge solutions that solve this problem - and, it's a big problem. Up to 45 Million consumers move a year, and the real estate industry is the tip of the spear that can connect their customers with service providers. With MooveGuru, the entire move and all of the services related to homeownership are in the YourHomeHub portal. From a distribution perspective, MooveGuru is gaining a ton of traction with more than 316,000 agents across over 2,000 brokerages accessing the platform and inviting their customers.

Multiple Brokerage Applications Break the Consumer Relationship

Imagine the experience for the consumer; you buy or sell a home, and you get bombarded every month with pieces of information from each of these broker and agent application. Be careful whenever you reach out to a client - you DO NOT want your efforts to stay connected to result in a negative experience and ultimately being spam blocked.