PREVIEW: This three minute video clip is the first is a series of excerpts from an hour long round table discussion at REBarCampNY, January 6, 2009. For more information on buyer bgency and alternative real estate brokerage, follow http://Twitter.com/RealEstateCafe
If you are a home buyer or sellers in Massachusetts, the Real Estate Cafe would be glad to discuss our Menu of Fees & Rebates — including our 100% rebate option featured in the Wall Street Journal — at your convenience, perhaps over coffee at a Starbucks near you.
If you are a professional or technology innnovator, join real estate consumer advocates in Boston or online at a round table debriefing of ConnectNY & REBarCampNY. The event will be hosted at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard Law School, Thursday, January 22, 2009, 7-9:30pm. Use this wiki event planner to add discussion questions, request site demos, and proposed speakers:
Legal disclaimer: Round table discussion of alternative real estate brokerage models is for educational purposes and includes information available to the general public from participant web sites. Participants are not direct competitors in local markets, and this discussion seeks to foster innnovation, competition, and commission reform in general.