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Making the Move on Opportunity

Here I am, broker and lead of a Denver real estate team here in the heart of the country. We’ve had our share of challenges. However, we continue to invest into our business and persevere and it’s paying off. When others are asking, “How’s business?”, we can truthfully say, “You know it’s great. In fact it’s been better these past several months than during the past few years.”  Sure, it’s not as good as it could be but it is better. I’ve had to make tough but obviously necessary decisions and moves towards achieving the end goal of coming out of this lull on top of our game.

Moving Our Office

I recently moved from a small boutique real estate firm to one of the largest and fastest growing brokerages in Colorado. This move helped to bring down costs while expanding the team’s opportunity. Overnight, I increased team incentives via lower fees, and vastly increased my access to in-house agents, now candidates for my team. Instead of hiring new members from outside my company, then recruiting for my team, now I simply need to put the word out to the office.

Hiring Team Support

With some of the savings on the overhead, I hired my first administrative assistant. I’ve spent many, many hours trying to keep up with the vast amount of work I’ve created for myself and now it was time to share. By lightening my load, I’m better able to focus on the larger opportunities and issues at hand. I’m looking at everything from virtual outsourcing, to engaging consultants, to hiring hourly and even salaried employees. Continue reading this post


Posted by: Brian Kinkade on August 26th, 2010 under Best Practices, Guest Bloggers


HomeGain Evolves with Web 2.0

HomeGain launched its blog back in the early days of February, 2008 in part to experiment with Louis’s premise that Web 2.0, or more specifically Real Estate 2.0, doesn’t have a revenue model.

Monday’s Financial Times weighs in with an article that mirrors this problem:

Despite the slow start to money-making by Web 2.0 companies, the trend towards more social online behaviour that it embodies is widely claimed by insiders to be of lasting significance.

“The capabilities that are coming with Web 2.0 are very profound,” said Devin Wenig, head of the markets division of Thomson Reuters. “The (Silicon) Valley is usually right, and it’s usually early.”

Web 2.0 may not be making money, but it is changing social online behavior.

In the four short months since the HomeGain launch, social media in its many forms—from micro-blogging Twitter to DIY social networks using Continue reading this post


Posted by: Pat Kitano on May 30th, 2008 under Blogging and Social Networking, Guest Bloggers


Invasion of the Guest Bloggers – The Second Wave

Pat Kitano comes to us from Domus Consulting Group, a Web 2.0 or more specifically a Real Estate 2.0 firm that works with real estate brokerages to help them develop technology marketing strategies.

Pat is one of two founding partners of the Domus Consulting Group, the other is Kevin Boer, also a future HomeGain guest blogger and real estate broker/owner of 3 Oceans Real Estate that runs an innovative blog of the same name

Pat and I started our blogging relationship with a discussion of the merits of Web 1.0 and Web 2.0 last summer. Expect that debate to continue here now that Pat is a guest blogger.

While you are waiting for Pat’s post please check out Pat’s insightful blog, Transparent Real Estate. Continue reading this post


Posted by: Louis Cammarosano on February 19th, 2008 under Guest Bloggers

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