Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Brian Bair from Offerpad

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Brian Bair from Offerpad

In our latest real estate tech founder interview, we’re speaking with Brian Bair from Offerpad. He’s the co-founder and co-CEO of Offerpad, as well as has a background as a licensed real estate agent. Brian previously served as co-founder and managing partner of Lexington Financial, LLC and Bridgeport Financial Services LLC, one of the largest acquisition

Hacker Connect 2018 in San Francisco (& $100 Off for Geek Estate)

Hacker Connect 2018 in San Francisco (& $100 Off for Geek Estate)

I’m guessing many of you are going to San Francisco for Inman Connect next month. If you’re reading this blog, the chances that you’d enjoy the Hacker Connect portion of Inman are pretty good. Hacker Connect is a full-day of sessions on Tuesday of Inman week, plus a networking reception following the conference. Examples of

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Jason Bangerter from Rentler

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Jason Bangerter from Rentler

In our latest real estate tech founder interview, we’re speaking with , Jason Bangerter co-founder of Rentler. Without further ado… What do you do? I’m an entrepreneur and I have started and built a few different companies. Currently, I am CEO for Rentler, but have also co-founded an agency called Struck, as well as a social

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Rob Chrane from Down Payment Resource

Meet the Real Estate Tech Founder: Rob Chrane from Down Payment Resource

In our latest real estate tech founder interview, we’re speaking with Rob Chrane, the founder and CEO of Down Payment Resource. Without further ado… What do you do? I’m the founder and CEO of Down Payment Resource. We’re the nation’s leader in providing homebuyers and professionals with information on down payment assistance programs. We track approximately

REBarCamp X – GeekEstate Blog

REBarCamp X – GeekEstate Blog

Who remembers the Rebarcamp movement? I believe I’ve attended about 25 Rebarcamp’s around the country (most between 2007 and 2011). 10 years later after that first magical gathering in San Francisco, the original organizers are putting another one on together in on July 16th (in SF again). What is a barcamp you may ask? BarCamp is

Making it Online in Luxury Real Estate

Making it Online in Luxury Real Estate

Working in a luxury market like ours in Southwest Florida offers some unique challenges. Selling high-end properties, especially when the housing market cools off, requires strict adherence to carefully designed online marketing strategies. To succeed, we’ve had to market our listings and ourselves with precision. Our team has learned that most high-net-worth individuals will not

Geek Estate 3.0: The Facelift 1,825 Days Too Late

Geek Estate 3.0: The Facelift 1,825 Days Too Late

I’m thrilled to announce Geek Estate Blog has undergone a long overdue design facelift. It marks what I’ll call “Geek Estate 3.0.” 1,825. The number of days I’ve been waiting for today. Yes, that’s 5 years. There have been a couple iterations of Geek Estate Blog since its 2007 launch. We did a small design

Stakeholder Analysis, and the Mistake Made by Real Estate Startups

Stakeholder Analysis, and the Mistake Made by Real Estate Startups

Fred Wilson is right: stakeholder analysis is a crucial component of building a company. a stakeholder analysis attempts to determine what each and every stakeholder desires and the impact to them of an important decision. It is like a scorecard. It is often helpful to look at short term, medium term, and long term impacts. Stakeholder


 

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