In the future, an open house without the house

Technology is turning open houses into data generators and eliminating the need to visit properties in the first place. Meanwhile agents are staging bigger and bigger events.

Top companies bet on Inman Connect Las Vegas

While Inman Connect attendees are booking their flights, getting hair cuts, ordering business cards, and reviewing the agenda, franchises, service and solution providers for the industry are also preparing. Because Inman Las Vegas isn’t just bigger, better, bolder in terms of content. That goes for our sponsors, too.

HomeSpotter acquires open house software company Spacio

Minneapolis-based HomeSpotter announced Thursday that it snapped up Spacio, a company that creates lead generating tools Realtors can deploy at open houses.

Boost by HomeSpotter Automated Digital Enterprise Brokerage Marketing

Boost by HomeSpotter lets your agents become advertising experts without lifting a finger.

Waze is getting open house ads from HomeSpotter

HomeSpotter, a mobile app developer for real estate agencies, started offering open house ads through the Waze GPS navigation app.

ICNY 18 Marketing: Staying relevant in a virtual world — the future of open houses

Spacio’s Melissa Kwan, Aaron Kardell of HomeSpotter and Nick Quay of Coldwell Banker take the Inman Connect stage to discuss how agents can make the most of tech-infused open houses, including ways to use what clients see (even in 3-D tours) to find ta…

Hacker Connect NY 18: Live problem solving II

One of the many beneficial sessions at Inman Connect New York is “Live problem solving” at Hacker Connect, where the pros discuss audience issues and answer queries live onstage. Listen in to hear RealAtom’s Masha Sharma and HomeSpotter’s Amanda Maricle-Roberts work through challenges for the Inman audience …

3 ways technology is shaping the modern open house

NEW YORK — With all of the gains in real estate technology over the past few years, traditional mainstays of the industry are becoming antiquated. This is most prevalent in the arena of traditional open houses …

Listing Bits: Making house hunting mobile

By 2009, mobile users could do a lot with smartphone apps — get directions, listen to music, take pictures, play games, even film a video. Aaron Kardell thought that you ought to be able to add “look for a house” to the growing list of applications …

Listing Bits: Making house hunting mobile

By 2009, mobile users could do a lot with smartphone apps — get directions, listen to music, take pictures, play games, even film a video. Aaron Kardell thought that you ought to be able to add “look for a house” to the growing list of applications …