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Help Wanted: Writer/Researcher with a Passionate for Real Estate Tech

Help Wanted: Writer/Researcher with a Passionate for Real Estate Tech

Beyond seeking operator perspectives for the Mastermind, Geek Estate is also looking for a hungry young professional to help with research and copywriting. It’s likely you’re a marketing manager/specialist for a brokerage. Maybe you’re a young agent with a passion for tech and marketing. If you’re chasing tenants around in a prop management company, that’s

A Look Forward to 2019: M&A Marks the Spot

A Look Forward to 2019: M&A Marks the Spot

[Note from editor: We publish a Weekly Transmission for Geek Estate Mastermind members that consists of long form articles covering the spectrum from shipping container co-living spaces to the battle for listing acquisition in the first iBuyer world war. Below is a preview of this month’s sample Transmission, which is delivered in full via email.] Enough about looking back

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: David Anderson from LionDesk

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: David Anderson from LionDesk

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with David Anderson from LionDesk. Without further ado… What do you do? Hi, I’m David Anderson, founder and CEO of LionDesk.  At the core, LionDesk is a customer relationship management system (CRM) that makes it easy and affordable for sales professionals to connect, communicate with,

Help Wanted: Written Analysis and Curation from an Operator Perspective

Help Wanted: Written Analysis and Curation from an Operator Perspective

To continue Geek Estate’s long standing “for operators, by operators” perspective, I’m seeking operators with broad & diverse experiences to provide written analysis and curation for the Geek Estate Mastermind in 2019. Contributing could be as lightweight as sourcing a couple links and commentary for the Weekly Radars, one long form article a month, or

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Kym Dyson from Tiny Tomato Design

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Kym Dyson from Tiny Tomato Design

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Kym Dyson from Tiny Tomato Design. Without further ado… What do you do? I’ve been passionate about graphic design ever since I can remember. It’s such a hard industry to break into and as I grew up in South Australia the opportunities to pursue

Remarkably Launches to Give Multifamily Owners Insight and Actionability

Remarkably Launches to Give Multifamily Owners Insight and Actionability

Exciting times. A Geek Estate Mastermind member, Anna-Lea Dieringer, launched her product today! Remarkably, a multifamily marketing analytics and insights platform. Remarkably Launches, Offering Multifamily Owners Unprecedented Insight and Actionability for Largest Asset Class in the World The Seattle-based company raised a venture seed round, including industry heavyweights and leading startup studio, to bring its revolutionary leasing performance

Geek Estate Offer: $149 discount on your first transaction with Offer To Close

Geek Estate Offer: $149 discount on your first transaction with Offer To Close

[Editor’s Note: Geek Estate Offers are special offers members of the Geek Estate Mastermind] Offer To Close is a transaction coordinator service based in California. Their team of licensed transaction coordinators help with writing offers, completing disclosures, and keeping all parties on track to complete each transaction seamlessly. Geek Estate’s Mastermind Member, Nate Smoyer, recently interviewed

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Joe Jesuele from HomeJab

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Joe Jesuele from HomeJab

In our latest real estate tech entrepreneur interview, we’re speaking with Joe Jesuele from HomeJab. Without further ado… What do you do? We make it easy and affordable for real estate agents to beautifully market their listings. HomeJab offers walkthrough videos, HDR photos, aerials, 3D tours and much more. Shoots can be scheduled with a

Are Teams Eating Real Estate?

Are Teams Eating Real Estate?

[Editor’s note: Originally published on Medium] Some Questions Industry Leaders Might Consider In August, 2011, venture capitalist Marc Andreessen coined the phrase “software is eating the world” in an iconic article published in the Wall Street Journal. In it, he put out a theory that we were in the middle of a dramatic and broad technological