Will Technology Disrupt Commercial Real Estate? (Video Recording of actual, online, live TV show)

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This is the full video recording of the live Blab conducted on October 27, 2015. It's an open discussion between Jeremy Neuer, myself and Linda Day Harrison. In which we discuss whether or not technology has or ever will disrupt real estate. Unfortunately, due to technical difficulties, Allen Buchanan, an inspiration for this show was unable to participate in this discussion. In my opinion, a major loss. However, Linda Day Harrison from The Broker List admirably took over and stood in for Allen. Note that this is the full length version. Read more

CRE Radio’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

CRE Radio’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

I, Howard F. Kline, on behalf of CRE Radio, do hereby challenge, Allan Buchanen, Linda Day Harrison, Duke Long and Barbi Reuter to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge This challenge includes and requires a minimum $50.00 donation by each person challenged to the ALS Foundation, with the exception of Duke Long, who is required to also donate $1.00 for every "F" bomb that he has published on his blog in 2014 and because he lies about his age. Read more

Social Media for CRE Professionals is the Ability to Connect to People in a Huge Way

Social Media for CRE Professionals is the Ability to Connect to People in a Huge Way

Linda Day Harrison, the founder of The Broker List spends some heartfelt and genuine time with me discussing the difficulties getting commercial real estate professionals to effectively adopt social media, a term that she is not so pleased with. Linda believes that most CRE professionals, when they hear the term social media, immediately think that it is not for business. They have been hearing that it is for business for a while, but most just don't get it yet. To be fair, it took a while for me to "get it". Read more

Why “Liking” on Social Media is SOOOO Important ~ Part 1

Why “Liking” on Social Media is so Important ~ Part 1

When I like someone that I have met on social media, I want to help them. Because I like them, they often get the benefit of being exposed to my growing list of people who follow me. Conversely, what I discovered was that they seemed to repost my articles, videos, radio shows etc., partly because they liked me, (I may be giving myself a little too much credit). On Twitter, instead of my posts going out to 4400 followers, yesterday, CRE Radio and my posts reached 68,000 people on Twitter. Read more