Monthly Archives: October 2014

Using calls to “disrupt real estate” to raise awareness of money-saving alternatives

Greetings, fellow real estate consumer advocates and DIY homebuyers and sellers (particularly those hoping to sell for-sale-by-owner ), Have you seen the article this week in Entrepreneur Magazine: Who Will Step Up and Disrupt the Real Estate Industry? (please share

Posted in Change Agents, Commission Reform, Consumer protection, Disrupt Real Estate, Fee-for-service, FSBO: For Sale By Owner, RE2020, Real Estate Roundtables, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, Savings & Rebates

Disrupt, reform or realign real estate: Opportunities to connect dots & build synergy

A question asked yesterday in Entrepreneur Magazine has been echoing across the internet this year:  “Is it time for real estate to be disrupted?” The question is appropriate but too simplistic if it fails to recognize decades of failed reform efforts and that

Posted in Change Agents, Consumer protection, Dump Dual Agency, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, Real Estate Roundtables, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, Savings & Rebates, Unbundling the Commission, VRM

Bidding War Scorecard: Is Designated Agency having a bipolar impact in Cambridge?

Has the housing market reached a tipping point, even in grossly overheated Cambridge, MA? Too early to answer that question, but our Bidding War Scorecard keeps revealing interesting data points about conflicts of interest in real estate. For example, during August

Posted in Bidding wars, Buyer agent, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Designated Agency, Dual Agency Detective, Price reductions, Real Estate Bubble, Seasonality, Timing the market
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