I had hoped to publish this blog post over two weeks ago, but you know how that goes – work travel, projects for clients, jury duty, and a head cold took priority. However late, I still want to … Read more about Clickthrough v. browsewrap agreements
Frequently, I do presentations for groups of brokers explaining how VOWs work, why they might want to build them for their firms, and what to expect of other VOWs in their marketplaces. I usually … Read more about State-of-the-art VOWs?
In response to my request for readers to supply topics for MLSTesseract, I received this: "[W]e have a real estate portal site currently providing IDX for a participant of our MLS. The portal site … Read more about Who can be an AVP? Anyone (and his uncle)
We always advise MLS clients that they should never provide access to listing data unless the access is subject to a written agreement. Data access for VOWs is no exception. I've written a summary of … Read more about License agreements for VOWS
Peyman Aleagha, president of RealtySoft.com, posts on GeekEstate, asking "Is IDX Necessary for Your Website? – Do You Need Air to Breathe?" He answers both questions in the affirmative using a good … Read more about Breathing is not enough to live