The past week or so has been full of news which honestly has been hard to come by lately.
Venture Capital money dried up in Q4 of 2008, so startup news has been slow coming but between some new startup news and some fast paced tax changes, I’m starting to feel like stuff is moving again with real estate technology’s future!
- SEC charged Mozilo with securities fraud and insider trading. Or was it an oompa loompa they charged? No, it was Mozilo.
- Turn Here now offers an affordable option for professionally produced video- I’m thinking a web commercial, neighborhood profile or blog intro (minus the shaky novice video arm or bad lighting).
- Cyberhomes releases market forecasting tools which they call “the first report that gives consumers a comprehensive tool to help predict future real estate trends in a local market by analyzing key information” which is a really brave move in such uncertain waters!
- TwextMe is rumored to be out of beta and you can get your @ messages on Twitter texted to you so you don’t miss anything while on the go.
- Brian Solis releases a new graph and I’m warning you now that you’ll see it in every social media presentation for the rest of the year.
- Marlow Harris noted a service that will digitally stage a home to give internet shoppers a lifestyle suggestion without putting furniture in the home.
- Talk of the The $8000 Housing Credit has been all the rage, this is the simplest highlight I’ve read.
- Property search site Roost rolls out updates and snazzed it up and sped it up a bit.
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