technology: Free IDX - Getting more than what you paid for. - 07/05/09 05:00 PM
We are challenged all the time by the adage “You get what you pay for.” It makes sense. For years, real estate agents are used to paying high prices for services that don’t even qualify as mediocre by today’s standards. Yet, we are seeing innovation spawned from companies that embrace this concept of “freeconimcs” or more specific to us, “freemium” pricing models. We see the adage being challenged by the likes of Google, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter, Flickr, webmail, and hundreds of other well known internet apps. These companies have redefined quality, user experience, consumer satisfaction, and raised the bar beyond … (5 comments)

technology: Which is Better? Working as an Individual Agent or with a Team - 06/26/09 06:41 AM
I was reading a post by Rhonda Duffy Is A Swim Meet Like the Competition to Get Listings? and started writing a comment that evolved into what I thought would make a great first post on Active Rain. If you get a chance, please check out her blog.
Speaking as an outsider (RE technology startup dude) looking in (to the real estate agent's perspective), it must be a rare find for an agent to be well rounded with every "stroke," as it were. I've talked to hundreds of agents by now and I've met so many different personalities. Some are … (5 comments)

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