We're Going to Have to Crash the Convention, Like Jesse Jackson in 1988!

BusinessWeek is surveying its readers about the best new online real estate service of 2007. Somehow Redfin didn’t even make the list of contenders, probably because we’re not available in many U.S. markets. But we’re the only ones challenging the traditional real estate industry, by actually brokering the purchase and sale of homes. The world may still need what one eye-rolling friend of mines now likes to call a YAREM (“Yet Another Real Estate Mashup”) but it absolutely cries out for someone using the Internet to change the game in real estate. Maybe next year, we’ll make the grade.

Discussion

  • http://www.phoenixrealestateguy.com Jay Thompson

    Link to the survey doesn’t work for me…

    • http://blog.redfin.com/blog/author/glenn%20kelman Glenn Kelman

      Hey there, sorry for not giving credit where it’s due. Thanks for pointing out the original slip!

  • http://www.phoenixrealestateguy.com Jay Thompson

    I see you fixed the link.

    You’re welcome.

  • http://www.modulartoday.com Tim from Modular Today

    It’s more fun storming the gates this way. The editor probably made a mistake missing this.

  • http://www.DavidADavison.com David Davison

    Who cares what Business Week thinks? If your clients are happy, that’s the best advertising you can get. They will probably give it to a firm that isn’t very innovative and spends a lot on print advertising in the magazine, and still uses IBM Selectrics to put together client contracts.

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