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Our business page posts listings peppered into the other content, so it isn't a constant spam of listings, then as agents we will repost to different "lists" we have developed if it is applicable. My local friends have appreciate "HOT PROPERTY ALERTS" for their family and friends as we have the lowest inventory levels since 2006, so they like the "inside scoop" if you will.
I think the consumer wants pinterest meets real estate, at least the clients we talk to. They want to look at pictures in a specific neighborhood. They are doing to research to narrow down themselves. I want our agents to be able to leave notes on properties they have shown for the consumer to see. Are we left to hire our own programmers to build search like Hawaii Life?
And Yahoo wants everyone to come to work....the future is never obvious - me I like my offices, they create synergy, act as magnets for agents and consumers, and are the focal point of much of our neighborhood interaction. Additionally they provide a place to supervise, train, mentor, learn, and get together in a collegial environment - but for folks that don't need or want that stuff- stay home :)
Joe the fact of the matter is the agent has not replied after attempts on multiple platforms. Is that really an acceptable way of conducting business? I think not. This group is called Raise the Bar, right?
Tony - I think the funniest thing about HomeSnap is that Realtors have been saying how great it is and recommending their clients to use it not realizing that the company that made it is a brokerage using it for lead generation.