Daily Archives: June 17, 2015




SQFT Launches To Disrupt The Real Estate Industry With Mobile
The real estate industry is a funny thing. In my experience buying, renting and selling a few dozen properties, much of the value that real estate agents bring is through obfuscation. While it cannot be denied that a real estate transaction is a big ...

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Android v. iOS screen real estate

Sat, 15 Nov 2014 12:49:29 -0800

When I upgraded from my 2013 Moto X to the 2014, I was disappointed that the larger screen didn't buy me any more screen real estate. Now that lollipop is out and the UI has gotten even bigger, it's worse. I did some comparisons with my girlfriends iPhone 6 this morning, and it hurts even more that her 4.7 inch screen shows significantly more information than my 5.2. Might look into rooting and changing my DPI settings down the road, but just wanted to throw up some comparisons. Anyone else bummed out by this? Any solutions?

Screenshots here: http://imgur.com/a/Dmqex

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Real Estate Investing: Dominate Real Estate Investing by Closing Motivated Sellers

Miami Herald

Los Angeles luxury real estate brokerage opens Coral Gables office
Miami Herald
Westside Estate Agency, a major brokerage of luxury real estate in Los Angeles, has opened an office in Coral Gables. “The Miami luxury real estate market is one of the top and fastest growing in the world,” the firm's co-founders, Stephen Shapiro and ...

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Gallup: Poor Americans think Gold is the best long term investment, other Americans think it's real estate

Mon, 21 Apr 2014 20:03:10 -0700

This gallup poll asks Americans "What is the best long term investment?"

That real-estate-as-top-pick view largely applies to upper-income Americans, living in households with incomes of $75,000 and over. Gallup found that 31% of those in the lower-income bracket — living on less than $30,000 — believe gold is the best investment option, followed by real estate, at 28%, and stocks, at 13%.

In between, those on incomes of $30,000 to $74,999 give gold, stocks and real estate equal billing at 26%


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