Monthly Archives: June 2011

Don’t wait for “group buying” sites to deliver real estate savings, propose your own!

Comment on @InmanNews blog post: Groupon, other big ‘group buy’ sites slow to embrace real estate Like nearly anything online, there are “do-it-yourself” options for anyone in the real estate industry – broker, lender, seller, or product / service vendor

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Posted in "We" companies, Coupons, DIY Homebuyers, Do-it-yourself, Group buying, Homebuyer Clubs, Real estate deals, Real-time real etate, reVRM, Savings & Rebates, Tech Trends, VRM

Could ID project in India become inspiration for Homebuyer ID in US?

@TheNextWeb Online accounts could be verified using Indian government’s unique ID project, Aadhaar by @tsuvik on @thenextwebin!/TheNextWeb/status/84202373072957440 EXCERPTS For those who aren’t familiar with Aadhaar, it is an ambitious project from Indian government which aims to create a

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Posted in buyer database, Commission Reform, Idea Bar, Listing buyers, reVRM, Savings & Rebates, Tech Trends, Unbundling the Commission, VRM

Experimenting with Real-Time Twitter feed on real estate ad

The image above is a static screen grab, but you’ll find The Real Estate Cafe’s new, experimental LIVE Twitter feed on our ad.  If you’d like to know more about how Twitter and other “real-time” tools are “revolutionizing the

Posted in Creative class, DIY Homebuyers, Extreme Househunting, Idea Bar, Inside The Real Estate Cafe, Real Estate Blogs: Best Practices, Real-time real etate, Savings & Rebates, Tech Trends, Twitter
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