Spires reaching out of the wood, stunning architecture.[843 × 872]

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Walter Towers in Prague, Czech Republic [2560 × 1600]

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A $360 Million Startup Wants To Change How We Buy Homes, But Real Estate Insiders Are Less Sure

“Kyle has made the decision that the equity proposition offered to him trumps a singular focus on brokerage,” Willkie said in a statement to The Real Deal.source: Click for more

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Slovakian gas station [1,280×853]

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Digsy – Qualified Leads for CRE

For over a decade, online lead generation for real estate has revolved around the listing aggregation site model.source: Click for more

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Seattle Central Public Library [2048×2048]

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Realtor.com operator News Corp. acquires real estate decision-making engine BigDecisions.com — helps consumers make smarter, data-based financial decisions

“BigDecisions.com will help Indians make the most important decisions by using accurate information tailored to their personal needs.source: Click for more

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Elevated bike path in Copenhagen [736×920]

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Subway Train station. New York [750×491]

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How smart homes are helping disabled war veterans……

I recently wrote about how the era of IoT and smart homes is providing game changing technology for elderly care.source: Click for more

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The epitome of Brutalism – Buffalo’s City Court Building [1600×1311] by Pfohl, Roberts and Biggie [OS]

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The Impending Opportunity In Real Estate Technology

More posts by this contributor: How to join the network Things are starting to simmer in real estate technology.source: Click for more

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Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision [812×1024]

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The Real Estate Startup Problem

It’s the same thing we’ve seen a hundred times this year: startups that are trying to disrupt the Real Estate industry but are focusing on all the wrong things.source: Click for more

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How Loud Is Your Neighborhood? Know Your Soundscore!

Everyone knows the classic "real estate trade off" that you get for buying a home right near a freeway or an airport. You can expect a great price in exchange for the constant noise levels. These days, however, there are...

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Architecture – Public Library in Salt Lake City, Utah

Here's a gorgeous example of how a modern building can fit beautifully into a city full of older-style structures. This is the public library in Salt Lake City, Utah designed by Moshe Safdie. source: Click for a Full Size View

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Architecture – Institute of Sound and Vision – Hilversum, Netherlands

Here's one from our "OK .... I'll work there" file. Wow! Is this an amazing interior or what? This is the Institute of Sound and Vision located in Hilversum, Netherlands. Inside is stored over 70% of the audio and...

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Architecture – Old Library, Trinity College in Dublin Ireland

Here is one of the most beautiful rooms ever built. I don't care how you feel about books or colleges, walk into "The Long Room" of the Old Library at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland, and you will immediately...

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Old Soviet Blimp Hanger – You Won’t Believe What’s Inside!

Seen from the outside, this building is nothing special. It's an old Soviet era airship hangar left over from the cold war, and it's located in Krasnow, Germany which was in the "Eastern Sector" in the old days. So ......

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Realtors: Don’t Get Caught In The Technology Trap

If you're a Realtor you know that every 3 months there's a new technological "gadget" that's supposed to help you do more business in less time, and as a sidelight it will also really, really impress your clients with...

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Architecture – Psyrtskha Train Station

Now this is a train station you don't see every day. It's the Psyrtskha Train Station in Abkhazia, actually built by monks in 1892-1903. Not the kind of stopover you'll find on the Metro Rail. The source:

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Commercial Real Estate – Will Zonability Change The Game?

Here's a new technology service coming down the pike that just might make life a whole lot easier for Commercial Real Estate Brokers and Agents, as well as Commercial Developers. It's called "Zonability" and it puts all sorts of...

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Architecture – The Amazing Falllingwater

This morning's Architecture post is probably the most famous private residence in the world. Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece is located in the Bear Run Nature Reserve in Pennsylvania, and is a "must see" for anyone interested in architecture. This amazing...

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Architecture – The Borgund Stave Church, Norway

Here's a great one from our Architecture files. This is the Borgund stave church in Norway. It was built sometime between 1180 and 1250 AD, and is called a "stave" church because of the style of construction. You can read...

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Secret Life of a Real Estate Agent – Infographic

Now here's some info you don't find every day. Just who is your average Realtor? How long have they been in the business? How much money do they make? How much do they spend on their business yearly? If you've...

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Architecture – Seaside Cabins in Norway.

Here's another cool thing from the "Places We'd Like To Work Or Live" file. This time, it's some unique vacation cabins in Norway! These are cool! source: Click for more

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Architecture Porn – Sky Gardens at the Park Royal in Singapore

Today we start a new feature that will appear occasionally. I like to call it "Architecture Porn". It will simply be photos and information about incredible places we'd all like to live or work. Today we start with a very...

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Real Estate Wars – Zillow and Trulia vs Realtor.com and NewsCorp

Last year, Rupert Murdoch's NewsCorp bought the company that owns Realtor.com, and the online listing wars were on. Here's some more interesting information from the front. Zillow Group’s (Z) two portals — Zillow.com and Trulia.com — get more traffic than...

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Driverless Cars Will Redesign Our Cities

In just a few years, driverless cars have gone from a far-off, futuristic vision to a near certainty. Yesterday I posted some information about how the advent of driverless cars might effect the price of rural real estate. While I...

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