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Matt Johnson of www.lasermeters.com and ww.appraiserdepot.com has announced the introduction of yet another product to the Leica line of laser measuring devices. The new DISTO™ D3 is a multi-functional "pocketable" measuring device with an integrated tilt sensor and a lighting detector that automatically switches on the display and keypad illumination. THAT should help when working in those dark REO properties! Matt Johnson says: Once the price is finalized for the US, I'm guessing it will be around $349.00 and will probably start shipping in November. I got the chance to play with the D3 a few weeks ago. The keypad (20 comments)
Video - Ride the "Home Value Roller Coaster"! - 10/16/07 12:24 PM
Would you like to FEEL the Irrational Exuberance of Robert Shiller's A History of Home Values 2nd Edition housing values (from 1890 to present) plotted to a realistic roller coaster?! Come on! Take a BREAK! Climb aboard the Home Value Roller coaster . . . .
If you'd like to take a peek at what the data REALLY looks like, here it is in the traditional graph:
DOJ Antitrust Division Launches Web Site on Competition In The Real Estate Brokerage Industry - 10/10/07 04:40 PM
WASHINGTON -- The Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice launched a new Web site today to educate consumers and policymakers about the potential benefits that competition can bring to consumers of real estate brokerage services and the barriers that inhibit that competition. Among its features, the Web site includes: maps identifying states with real estate laws that can inhibit competition, a calculator to help consumers tally their potential savings when brokers pursuing new business models compete for their business, and links to additional government resources. The address is: http://www.usdoj.gov/atr/public/real_estate/index.htm "Buying or selling a home is the largest financial transaction most Americans will (5 comments)
Brian J. Davis, RAA - Brian Davis & Associates - Brian has over 23 years of appraisal experience in Central, IL and hosts the Appraisal Scoopblog and the WinTOTAL Users Group an email forum for appraisers. (5 comments)
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