Monthly Archives: June 2015

Will Pope’s encyclical expand Housing Justice Movement?

Homeownership rates are falling in Massachusetts and across the nation, and housing is back in newspaper headlines and nationally syndicated talk shows.  Here’s one perspective, that knowingly or unknowingly, points to the Pope’s encyclical on the environment and the prospect of a grassroots movement for

Posted in Affordable housing, Bubble Hour, Great Senior Sell-Off, Housing bubble, Housing Justice, iCovery, Luxury housing, Pope's Encyclical, Price trends, Real Estate Bubble

Mega-Broker Portal: Will homebuyers be left Upstream without a buyer agent?

Anyone else trying to make sense of the controversy surrounding Upstream, the code name for the mega-Broker Public Portal? Yesterday, Inman News published a guest opinion asking:  “Will Upstream be good for everyone?”  Not only was this author’s answer NO,

Posted in Buyer agent, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Disrupt Real Estate, Great Senior Sell-Off, IoT: Internet of Things, Pocket Listings, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, reVRM, Uncategorized

Uber-fication of Real Estate? Fee-for-service consultants available on-demand (for past 20 years!)

Very pleased that NPR’s nationally syndicated talkshow @OnPointRadio aired a program today about the on-demand economy: Uber, But For Everything We look at the “Uber-fication” of the marketplace.  On-demand services for almost anything, everything, are catching on. Changing our economy

Posted in Commission Reform, Discount real estate, Fee-for-service, RE2020, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, Real-time real etate, reVRM, Savings & Rebates, Tech Trends, Unbundling the Commission
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