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 http://tnw.to/19XJu by @tsuvik on @thenextwebin http://twitter.com/#!/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 Boston.com 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 Boston.com 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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