In this report, T3 Sixty explores the governments historic role in growing homeownership, andconsiders whats next on the governments agenda for the real estate industry
On the Edge of The Fiscal Cliff
Tax increases and government spending cuts scheduled for implementation in 2013 could slip the economy back into recession. In this report, T3 Sixty considers the implication for real estate.
Revisiting Organized Real Estate
Following a perplexing time for Realtor associations T3 Sixty reviews unexpected and noteworthy court cases and looks at the impact on the future of Realtor associations.
The Value Proposition of Brands
In this report, T3 Sixty addresses questions related to brand in real estate. Do brands matter Is it the agent brand, the brokerage brand, or both
Redefining Real Estate Professionalism
The Rise of professionalism from 1947 to the early 1980s and its subsequent decline to the present day and has had a major impacton American business culture.In this report, T3 Sixty chronicles the history of professionals, or simply being professional and how that relates to real estate today and in the future.
Big Data: The Next Frontier
For years there has been speculation about who would be the first to try to create a national Multiple Listing Service (MLS). In this Report, T3 Sixty considers the role of the MLS, if a national MLS would be possible, and if there should be one national MLS system.
Salvaging of the Housing Market
By the end of 2012, the US economy had lost momentum and weaker growth was expected to continue. In this report, T3 Sixty looked toward the future of the real estate market.
The Real Estate Office of the Future
Consumers dont really have to go into brick and mortar brokerage offices, theyre increasingly meeting anywhere that is convenient. In this Report, T3 Sixty details three office model options for brokers.
The Gentle Revolution
In this Report, T3 Sixty analyzes the American real estate consumer, a freestanding, selfprotecting, relationship seeking, megaforce in the marketplace.
Berkshire Hathaway Takes Another Huge Step into Real Estate
In the 1990s only about 20 percent of the top 10 major residential real estate brokerage brands were owned by public entities, by 2012 that number had exploded to 80.In this report T3 Sixty takes a deep dive into the consolidation of the brokerage industry and specifically the acquisitions of Berkshire Hathaway.