Who’s Going to Take Online Real Estate to the Next Level?

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19 Jul 2005

Combine Realtor‘s MLS-based national (i.e. US) search with HousingMaps UI (because who cares for Craigslist housing listings?), including smart ideas such as a history of past sales as featured by Redfin (who is not alone in overlaying local MLS data on maps). Mix with itinerary (by foot or car) and transportation applications

3 Responses to Who’s Going to Take Online Real Estate to the Next Level?

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Jason Dowdell

July 19th, 2005 at 9:27 pm

Is this a dare?

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David Rubin

July 20th, 2005 at 3:21 am

Olivier, great post! I’ve been toying with similar ideas mostly along the location-aware mobile device line, definitely an area with a lot of potential.

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Scott Wiles

August 11th, 2005 at 7:48 pm

Absolutely food for thought. I think I saw recently where almost 75% of all buyers reference the web for real estate transactions.

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