Monthly Archives: February 2013

Open Data: What would real estate look like if there were no MLS?

Good morning, @_____________, First, thank you for taking a minute to read this private message. I appreciate the thought you put into your comments on Boston.com’s real estate blog, and have noted a number of times that our perspectives on

Posted in "We" companies, Bidding wars, Change Agents, Commission Reform, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Dual Agency Detective, Foreclosure Prevention, Housing bubble, Idea Bar, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, Real Estate Roundtables, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, reVRM, Unbundling the Commission, Unconference

Really, why shouldn’t sellers try FSBO: For Sale by Owner?

Today, Boston.com’s real estate blogger asks, “Really, why shouldn’t sellers wait for higher prices?”  We’ve reframed the question to propose an option which may be more profitable: “Why shouldn’t sellers try For Sale by Owner?  Last week, Yale economist Robert Shiller

Posted in Bidding wars, Discount real estate, DIY Homebuyers, Do-it-yourself, Expired listings, Fee-for-service, Fiscal cliff, FSBO: For Sale By Owner, Housing forecasts, Price trends, Proactive househunting

Really, why shouldn’t sellers try FSBO: For Sale by Owner?

Today, Boston.com’s real estate blogger asks, “Really, why shouldn’t sellers wait for higher prices?”

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