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Reviewing RPR Demo, Part 1: The Invention of Gunpowder

Posted By Rob Hahn January 8, 2010, Filed under: Real Estate, Technology@ 11:01 AM

After a fairly lengthy silence, the team at RPR has released a deluge of new information on their new blog.  A couple of things before we delve in. First, Reggie Nicolay and his team deserve a ton of credit for the new blog.  It's well-designed, the content is rich and detailed, and many of

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No More Drama and Hype: Known Facts on RPR

Posted By Rob Hahn November 19, 2009, Filed under: Real Estate, Technology@ 4:55 AM

Earlier this week, Reggie Nicolay (@ReggieRPR), the Director of Social Media for the REALTORS Property Resource, LLC, wrote: I happen to agree 100%.  Also, a commenter on one of my earlier posts by the name of Kris Goodfellow wrote: Rob, I've got to say, that there is much in the way of

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In Which I Announce the Death of RPR

Posted By Rob Hahn November 14, 2009, Filed under: Real Estate, Technology@ 8:32 PM

Without a doubt, the topic of conversation at this year's NAR National Convention has been the REALTOR Property Resource (Link: PDF) or RPR, the ambitious $20mm program rolled out with much fanfare by NAR.  You couldn't avoid talking about RPR even if you tried.  And I wasn't really trying that

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A Question: LPS, Marketing, and RPR

Posted By Rob Hahn November 11, 2009, Filed under: Real Estate, Technology@ 3:57 AM

As many of you know, I wrote a wee little post the other day about REALTOR Property Resource or RPR.  That was the first post based on my impressions from a webinar held on November 6th. With some further thought, and with the ability to review the actual webinar/webcast itself, I have some

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The Coming Civil War in Real Estate: The RPR Saga Begins

Posted By Rob Hahn November 7, 2009, Filed under: Real Estate, Technology@ 12:14 AM

On November 6th, at roughly 3:15PM Eastern Standard Time, the National Association of REALTORS declared war on the rest of the real estate industry.  To be fair, NAR probably did not realize that it did so.  Judging by the initial responses, it doesn't appear to me that most people see what I

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