[Note from editor: We publish a Weekly Radar for Geek Estate Mastermind members with a range of curated links and analysis/commentary that comes out every Friday morning along with member news to peruse. This is a wrap-up for the month of January with a couple articles from each week.]
In January, Geek Estate hosted a meetup with Restb.ai in Barcelona and we had another great turnout for our monthly Seattle members lunch.
We published our trends and predictions for 2019 and sent it as the January Monthly Transmission. If you didn’t see receive it and you’re curious, please shoot me an email.
- Kyle Nicholas McCray from Brian J. Clark & Associates
- Ashley Hayes from UrbanAsh
- Andrei Zverev from BuildingBits
- Bill Lublin from Century 21 Advantage Gold
- Kris Cone from FloorPlanOnline / HomeDiary
- Tony Casson from Estated
- Dominik Pogorzelski from Restb.ai
- Russell Smith from HouseCanary
- Adrian Gross from Keyo
- Gordon Stephenson from Real Property Associates
- Nobu Hata from National Association of Realtors
- FUEL Enterprises will integrate their cash-flow modeling into Valcre’s appraisal software.
- Congrats to Revaluate, ShowCase IDX, Zillow Premier Agent, Cloud CMA, Structurely, and HouseCanary for making FitSmallBusiness’ list of the best real estate software for 2019.
- Congrats to Giveback Homes for their partnership with Venture Sotheby’s International Realty.
- CREtech acquired the RE:Tech platform and Ashkán Zandieh will join the team as Chief Research Advisor.
- Module has been making progress on their first modular home: check the time-lapse here.
- Congrats to Remarkably for launching their multifamily marketing analytics and insights platform.
- HomeSpotter acquired open house lead generation system Spacio.
- Congrats to Tom Ferry for the new partnership with REAL Trends.
- Lubn unveiled their new IoT Smart Lock, a 4G/LTE key lockbox with a visual authentication feature, at CES.
- Improving Geek Estate in 2019
- See You on the Field (Greg Fischer’s personal product roadmap for 2019)
- A Look Forward to 2019: M&A Marks the Spot
- Requiring Employers to Assist Employees with Housing Would Unleash Innovation
JANUARY MONTHLY RADAR
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