August, 2008

Buying a “Real Estate” Camera – Part 2/2Buying a “Real Estate” Camera – Part 2/2
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Real Estate Camera

So what type of camera are you using to shoot listing photos? As a photographer, I recommend that all real estate agents shoot with …

The Power of Syndication Part Four of FourThe Power of Syndication Part Four of Four
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Point2 Agent Syndication

Over the past few weeks and months we’ve been sharing information about the importance and power of using listing syndication, and the benefits you’re …

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It’s a beautiful day, what exactly am I doing inside when I could be out running or playing Frisbee? This is the thought that …

Buying a “Real Estate” Camera – Part 1/2Buying a “Real Estate” Camera – Part 1/2
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Real Estate Photography

Before we delve into the fundamentals of photographic technique, I’d like to take some time to discuss camera options for real estate professionals. First …

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I have to confess something to everyone – I am a “Lookie Loo”.   No, not a member of the New Zealand hipster band, but …

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I previously posted the Excecutive Summary of a white paper our CEO, Saul Klein, was preparing on the future of the MLS called MLS …

Real Estate Photography Part 1: An IntroductionReal Estate Photography Part 1: An Introduction
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Apple Quicktake 100

Well, here we are; fourteen years after Apple introduced one of the first consumer-level, digital cameras to the market: the Quicktake 100. With a …

Home Feedback or “Get out of my house, Stinky”Home Feedback or “Get out of my house, Stinky”
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My Broadway House

How much information is too much information? For some questions, less is more: “How do I look?”  “What do you really think about my …