Neighborcity.com…Waste More Time


A reader kindly forwarded us to a “new” website called, Neighborcity and we gotta say, aren’t Trulia, and Zillow enough? We didn’t see anything on this site worth discussing that isn’t already found elsewhere. To us, this site is a complete waste of time. Focus your time on Trulia, Zillow (if you must to get … Continue reading Neighborcity.com…Waste More Time

Realtors Take Note: Real Estate Marketing Report Card Is Here


Real Estate technology is absolutely booming (judging by the daily emails we get pitching new products), and every so often we come across something clever enough to post and share with you. This application (website) is definitely not something that is going to change the world of real estate (we’ve been known to be wrong), … Continue reading Realtors Take Note: Real Estate Marketing Report Card Is Here

SeeClickFix: A new community website to report and get stuff done


It seems we’re on the receiving end of quite a few press releases these days. Some get shuffled to the trash, and others sit in the inbox with a little red tag screaming “post idea!” and eventually make it to the pages of theFrontSteps for a little promo. If you haven’t seen this site (SeeClickFix.com) … Continue reading SeeClickFix: A new community website to report and get stuff done

Roost.com: Every Home For Sale… (Well almost…)


What’s that Beastie Boys lyric? Something like “Technology is wizardry, what you got is…” Anyway….we now have more real estate technology and listing search capability thanks to Roost.com, which apparently just launched its San Francisco listings. Looks to us like they partnered with Zephyr Real Estate to get those listings (smart on Zephyr’s part), and … Continue reading Roost.com: Every Home For Sale… (Well almost…)

Technology and Real Estate: N-Play (make an offer)


We’re constantly on the lookout for new companies/technologies that might alter the scope of the current real estate system and this latest press release we received from N-Play might have something to offer. The concept is simple, agents get listings and add the “N-Play” button to the online listing, buyers make offers on properties by … Continue reading Technology and Real Estate: N-Play (make an offer)