A new real estate-focused video-hosting company wants to make videos a part of every listing by syndicating the videos it hosts to large real estate portals on behalf of agents, and connecting brokers and agents with videographers vetted by the company.
Chris and Michael want to congratulate everyone at Prudential Rubloff. Today the company was named the #7 firm nationally in the Prudential Real Estate Network and received the prestigious Gibraltar Circle Award at the national convention in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Catylist, the nation’s #1 provider of Commercial Information Exchange (CIE) software, recently announced a partnership with Realtors Property Resource, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the National Association of REALTORS®, to bring RPR’s national commercial property database to their REALTOR® members.
By Tariq Malik, SPACE.com A massive eruption on the sun Friday unleashed a wave of intense solar particles at Earth that may spark a geomagnetic storm and boost weekend aurora displays. The Earth-directed solar storm occurred Friday at 2:54 a.m.
50% of Americans are too scared to purchase products online due to security risks, and 39% of Americans are too frightened to share information on a website that requires personal information to create an account, such as a discussion group or social media site.
Uber, a San Francisco-based personal transportation oriented startup, is facing a backlash from a few of its drivers. But the confrontation is less about Uber and more about the challenges facing a society being rebuilt because of connectedness.
Dropbox this morning announced that it was buying Orchestra, the company behind the red hot Mailbox app. The question is how much did it pay for the Palo Alto-based startup with 13 employees. We have the answer.
Beginning April 1, Illinois homeowners who are unemployed or underemployed and struggling to keep their homes could be eligible for $10,000 more — for up to a maximum of $35,000 per household — in mortgage assistance through the Illinois Hardest Hit program
I'd just hung up the phone, dismayed. After spending the better part of an hour on the phone with an entrepreneur a friend of mine had asked me to advise, there was no talk of how he could return the favor — he barely coughed up a thank you.
Kenneth Johnson – a visionary entrepreneur and business leader – has been named President of Listingbook LLC, a software-as-a-service real estate platform that connects nearly 200,000 real estate agents to their clients in 70 real estate markets throughout the United States.
It started in fifth grade, when he wrote silly slogans such as "fuzzy hot dogs" and "green bananas" on masking tape affixed to rubber bands. He sold the novelty wristbands for 25 cents each to his classmates at Cedar Wood Elementary School.