Those who know me and work closely with me know that I'm no stranger to spending (wasting) money on strange tech plays in the real estate space. My experience with it has given me a healthy dose of skepticism towards the idea that real estate will get an "uber" - that being a completely peer-to-peer … Continue reading The Uberification of Property is Computer-Assisted Real Estate vs. agent kick-backs
Real estate is a technology. I've had this idea marinating in my head for a little while that is sort of an expansion of the concept I've already communicated I believe in: real estate is a technology. Land is the surface of a floating rock in space we're lucky enough to exist upon. It is a … Continue reading The burning Amazon, and real estate as an information system
Long-distance calling costs once played a role in purchase decisions. A few days ago, I was preparing a bit of a commentary on Rogers' introduction of unlimited data. I was trying to conclude how unlimited data may play a role in making rural living a little bit more attractive. As an example, I can now … Continue reading Unlimited data plans and rural real estate prices.