The purpose of Geek Estate’s private community is two fold: Curate the most incredible and diverse membership of real estate creatives, doers, and creators in the world. Make our members wildly successful in their careers building real estate companies. Members pay a $97 quarterly membership fee. Being a paid community means we can operate without
It’s not “tech” per say, but one of the more creative marketing approaches I came across at Inman Connect last week was On the Move. They lease trucks covered with custom graphics, also known as driving billboards. What’s so creative about this? If it’s just for your business, then it’s not. But what if it’s a truck “for your
[Note from editor: originally published on AEC Labs] With Kodak recently announcing that it’s launching its own cryptocurrency to help protect digital photographers who sell their work on the web, we thought it would be a good time to take a deeper dive into blockchain technologies here at AEC Labs and discuss where they could have meaningful application
As many of you know, Inman’s Hacker Connect was this past Monday in New York. A lively day of real estate tech discussion, I’ve put together a few thoughts: Dr. Kate Stone, the founder of Novalia, showed the audience several interactive experiences. Her firm creates immersive, playable experiences connecting brands to audiences around the world. See this
In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with co-founder and CEO of UK-based Settled, Emma Young. Without further ado… What do you do? I am the CEO and Co-Founder of VC-backed property technology business Settled, which is an online property transaction software that streamlines the home buying and selling process for buyers and sellers.
I just watched the discussion with Piper Moretti (moderated by Wendy Forsythe) about purchasing homes with Bitcoin (see here) at Inman Connect. She’s done several deals with Bitcoin in the last year in Southern California — she’s now the “Bitcoin realtor“. It’s worth asking — who is the Bitcoin realtor / agent in your city? If the
I’ve written about real estate accelerators before, and even questioned how many of them the industry can support. The real estate accelerator space got a tad more crowded last week. The clear leader in accelerators, Techstars, is partnering with Colliers to launch the Colliers PropTech Accelerator Powered by Techstars. My biggest questions: “Proptech” is a massively broad category encompassing residential sales,
We’re going to start a series of interviews with Geek Estate founding members (there were 50 slots, which are all filled now). The interviews will give you a taste of current business priorities, what products and trends to watch in 2018, and what they like about being a member. First up is Jennifer Kjellgren from Intown Expert
If there’s one thing for certain in the land of SEO in 2018, it’s uncertainty. The web is riddled with articles and blog posts from SEOs everywhere serving up confusing and contradicting advice on the topic. Then there’s the all-seeing all-hearing Googlebot that can without warning levy some unforeseen penalty that will relegate you to
In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with the CEO of Onerent, Greg Toschi. Without further ado… What do you do? I am the CEO and co-founder of Onerent and the man of all hats involved from customer escalations, to funding, to business development. For me, there is no typical day at Onerent.