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I used to think that I knew what nightmares were. Then I became a landlord. I’ve seen so many things I did not even know could exist.
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Two Keller Williams agents who co-founded a separate startup company that offers an Amazon Alexa lead generation program called “My Home Agent” were abruptly fired by their Southern California franchise last week due to internal conflict surrounding their product. …
Total Expert provides marketing software for banks, enabling them to monitor and react to consumer behavior online, find and engage new leads around mortgages and other types of loans, and automate communication exchanges while meeting compliance. …
Real estate is a hot topic right now, and who better to talk about the subject than BiggerPockets founder Joshua Dorkin and BiggerPockets Real Estate Investing Podcast Host Brandon Turner? No one, that’s who. So we went to these experts, and grabbed some excellent real estate advice. We get a brief history of their experiences […]
View the full article: BiggerPockets Money Podcast 42: How to Invest in Real Estate with Joshua Dorkin & Brandon Turner on The BiggerPockets Blog. This content is Copyright © 2017 BiggerPockets, Inc. All Rights Reserved. …
Image caption Todd Kohlhepp had owned a real estate business before his arrest Todd Kohlhepp, who was arrested after a woman was found “chained like a dog” on his property in South Carolina, has pleaded guilty to seven murders. He was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility […] Click here to view original […]
Platzner lived in The Fountains, west of Lake Worth. He once owned the New Rochelle Railroad Station, making him one of the few private owners of a railroad station in the country, his family said. Platzner, a WW II veteran, returned home to New York from the pacific and joined his father in a small […]
Trulia and Zillow are two of most visited websites by those who wish to maximize the power of the internet and information in making sound real state decisions. Buyers, sellers and even real state professionals rely in the information gathered from these sites to determine how much they should sell the property for, or whether […]
Miami is a dream city to live in for many people. With high-end restaurants and wonderful beaches, it’s no wonder people flock to the city to enjoy what it has to offer. Some even love it so much that they decide to live there. For others, a job has taken them there or family. Whatever the case may be, finding property in Miami is vital. What’s not to like with professional sports team in…
Real estate-related searches on Google.com have grown 253 percent over the past four years, according to a joint study from the National Association of REALTORS® and Google.
“Increasingly, online technologies are driving offline behaviors, and home buying is no exception,” said Google Head of Real Estate Patrick Grandinetti. “With 90 percent of home buyers searching online during their home buying process, the real estate industry is smart to target these people where they look for and consume information—for example through paid search, relevant websites, video environments, and mobile applications.”
According to Inman News two real estate vets hired by Trulia to fortify relationships with the real estate industry have departed after less than a year with the company.
Matt Dollinger, formerly Trulia’s head of industry relations, announced his departure Monday to his Twitter followers.
in May to oversee Trulia’s sales and business development team, said he would continue to serve as an advisory board member and consultant on broker products. Before coming to Trulia, Dollinger was vice president of strategic development with @properties, an innovative Chicago brokerage.