Google Maps is so much more than a digital version of a paper map. I don’t think a day goes by that I don’t use Google Maps in some form. I use Google Maps on my mobile for navigation, using Streetview to give me a quick kerbside view of the home as I take an appraisal call, plotting available listings on the Satellite view, sending driving instructions to a buyer or checking traffic for the drive home. Google Maps is an essential tool in any real estate agents arsenal and with the addition of 45degree aerial views it’s only getting better
With a name like BarCamp it’s no wonder Aussie’s have taken strongly to the concept but an REBarCamp is not really about a bunch of real estate agents hanging out in the bar. A BarCamp is a user-generated conferences that is full of open participatory workshop-events, the content of which is provided by participants. A REBarCamp is a barcamp for real estate agents. One of the most often words to describe a barcamp is an unconference .
I was running a little late with the first quarter Top 10 people to follow on Twitter for Australian Real Estate Agents for the First Quarter of 2010 but the future installments like this one should be on time.
There are quite a few lists out there of people you must follow on twitter if you are a real estate agents but they are all skewed to a US audience. So I decided to create a top 10 list for Australian Real Estate Agents to follow