The Geek Estate Mastermind is a private group of independent thinkers, free from sponsored messages and noise. A real estate tech-think tank, of sorts. There will be several invite-only events/meet-ups in New York City between April 8th and 19th. Interested in attending or know someone who would be? Please request an invite. PS: We put on events
In a recent live conference call, hosted by real estate publisher, Propmodo, a few forward thinking minds in property data gauged their predictions on future progress in data transparency and digital access in the real estate biz – anticipating progress, yet at varying speeds. The two guest participants, Reonomy CEO Richard Sarkis and Estated CEO
[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.] JANUARY MONTHLY TRANSMISSION
Pricing is never easy. Especially as a vendor approaching the real estate industry. Having done this a few times for various levels of the industry (and as a buyer from the broker side), either at Trulia, RealScout or now at LocalLogic, it’s always a fun conversation to dig into the complexity of pricing within the
There are a wide range of blockchain real estate opportunities worth chasing. For those entrepreneurs/hackers building blockchain technology for real estate, read on for details for a competition from CV Labs (located in the heart of the Crypto Valley in Zug, Switzerland)… CV Competition, Europe’s leading blockchain startup competition, is announcing the worldwide call for applications for its
At the a16z Summit Alex Rampell, one of Andreessen Horowitz’s general partners, gave a presentation about real estate tech. It’s worth watching for those interested in high level trends shaping the future of our industry. The post When Software Eats the Real (Estate) World appeared first on GeekEstate Blog.