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.
In this Report, T3 Sixty analyzes the American real estate consumer, a freestanding, selfprotecting, relationship seeking, megaforce in the marketplace.
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.
In the rapidly growing digital age, how consumers receive information is everchanging. Real estate agents and brokers need to move away from oldfashioned ways of marketing their businesses and listings and learn to use and embrace the tools of technology.
The battle for dominance in the mobile world is raging. Smartphones and other electronic mobile devices have legitimately become game changers and will impact industries across the globe, and with corporates all vying for a slice of a very lucrative pie, knowing which device to choose and how to use it to your advantage is paramount.
Internet presence is a crucial part of any agents success. And blogging is a good, inexpensive way of getting information across to prospective buyers while building relationships and generating leads.
The mobile revolution has forever changed the homebuying transaction and everything that comes with it. What used to take days to achieve can now be done at the touch of a button. And for an inherently mobile profession like real estate, tablets and other mobile devices can only affect positive change.
Technology is rapidly reshaping the residential real estate brokerage industry.