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PERSONAL: Is College Necessary, or Even Desirable?

Posted By Rob Hahn June 18, 2015, Filed under: Personal@ 2:33 AM

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-OBgX28Bxk This post has nothing to do with real estate. Go ahead and skip over if you're one of my readers who only want the real estate stuff. For as long as I can remember, my parents drummed into my head the idea that college was not only important, but the most

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Power, Diversity, and the SP200 List

Posted By Rob Hahn January 17, 2015, Filed under: Miscellaneous, Personal, Real Estate@ 5:58 PM

As some of you may know, I've been assisting Stefan Swanepoel with a project called SP200, the second annual edition of which just went live. SP stands for "Swanepoel Power", so the actual list is the list of the 200 most powerful individuals in the residential real estate industry. Since I

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Why I’m in the Real Estate Industry

Posted By Rob Hahn February 23, 2014, Filed under: Personal@ 2:24 PM

From circa 2009, Lucky Strikes Social Media Club, NYC The following is entirely personal, and unlikely to offer any sort of insight into the burning issues of the day. I thought to write it because I was presenting at a meeting just this past week, and as is often the case, the attendees usually

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In Which I Further Engage Ben Caballero of NAREP

Posted By Rob Hahn November 1, 2013, Filed under: Personal, Real Estate@ 2:08 PM

In this episode of "As The Blog Turns" we learn that our protagonist -- your humble scribe -- finds even more amusement in the responses from Mr. Ben Caballero, of HomesUSA and of NAREP. For those missing out on the soap opera, here were my questions to Mr. Caballero, and then here are his

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Ben Caballero Responds

Posted By Rob Hahn October 28, 2013, Filed under: Personal, Real Estate@ 9:36 AM

As you may have read, I asked Ben Caballero of NAREP a number of questions. He has responded, and authorized me to post his responses, as long as I did not edit it or add anything else to what he sent in. In accordance to his wishes, I post his response in full. Any modifications are cosmetic

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Twenty Questions for Ben Caballero of NAREP

Posted By Rob Hahn October 17, 2013, Filed under: Personal, Real Estate@ 5:53 PM

Recently, I've had the occasion to be taken to task personally by one Ben Caballero, the co-founder of an entity called NAREP. Here are the relevant tweets in question: https://twitter.com/bcaballero/status/390268635119235073 and https://twitter.com/bcaballero/status/390601765608882176 Then in

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The Notorious ROB Design Touch-Up

Posted By Rob Hahn September 8, 2013, Filed under: Miscellaneous, Personal@ 9:08 AM

If you've been to Notorious ROB before, you will have noticed the design update to the blog. Most of the major changes have been under the hood, but I'm generally satisfied with it. I will likely keep making some design tweaks going forward, but wanted to tell you about two major changes. Premium

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My AE Institute Presentation: Ozymandias, 2013

Posted By Rob Hahn March 21, 2013, Filed under: Personal, Real Estate@ 11:30 AM

I've gotten more than a few requests for a copy of my presentation to NAR's Association Executives Institute meeting from Monday. Now, it's over 172MB so emailing it is out of the question. However, the wonders of the Internet never cease. I've uploaded it to Slideshare.net and am embedding it

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Uh, Oops… Notorious is NOT a Pay-Only Blog

Posted By Rob Hahn February 20, 2013, Filed under: Personal@ 6:10 PM

So, um, I just started a premium content service, with my first piece on Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com just published. Then I noticed in the settings for my paid content plugin that I had made a major boo-boo, and was sending everyone to a "Show Me the Money" page when they clicked on the post

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Top Five Old School Hip Hop, or I’m Sorry, Girl, But Jay-Z Is Not Old School

Posted By Rob Hahn February 18, 2013, Filed under: Personal@ 9:03 PM

The other night, I was out with a friend having a drink at the local watering hole when I happened to fall into conversation with three *ahem* significantly younger *ahem* people at the next table over. Ages were 22, 24, and 26. Ah, Millennials! Happens they were talking about music, and one

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