Daily Archives: June 7, 2017

Trulia study: Neighborhoods with high ‘Pride Scores’ show increased demand for housing

Trulia study: Neighborhoods with high ‘Pride Scores’ show increased demand for housing

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In 2012, the premium to live in a neighborhood with a high “Pride Score” — a ZIP code in which a significant portion of the population comprises same-sex couples and single people searching for same-sex relationships on dating websites — was $209 per square foot, $47 higher than the respective metropolitan median value. But since then, that premium has jumped to $320 per square foot …

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VR queen Stephanie Davis wants to take you on a virtual listing tour

VR queen Stephanie Davis wants to take you on a virtual listing tour

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Stephanie Davis is a trendsetter. She is the founder and COO of Virtual Xperience as well as a highly sought after hired gun visionary and consultant in NYC, working with everyone from tech startups to screenwriters! A Beta tester for companies like Facebook and Google (just to name a few), Davis will take the stage during Inman’s Hacker Connect event on Monday, August 7, in a hands-on session where attendees will get a chance to demo Stephanie’s VR technology live in the room …

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The Upstream shift: Pivot or reveal?

The Upstream shift: Pivot or reveal?

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Just when you thought the Upstream shift might foster a new spirit of collaboration in the real estate industry, the guns were drawn again with NAR CEO Dale Stinton’s combative rhetoric, as NAR approved an additional $9 million in funding for the scaled back version of Upstream at the Realtors Legislative Meetings in …

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