When you suck at one job, it’s likely you suck at every job. But when you suck at the only job that matters – moving the product – my guess is that either you’re not serious or you’re not trying hard enough.
Tag Archives: Zillow
I asked the question in the headline this morning in a comment on LinkedIn, and now I am chagrined that I did not think to ask it a year ago, when people were yammering at me about the referral-fee value of discarded iBuyer leads. Fewer foals, fewer farriers, so the more common iBuying becomes the […]
Well… for now this is just a weblog. I have many plans for this site, but this is the first one to be (almost) built out. All of my past LinkedIn articles are here, and all of my future serious posts will be here. If that costs me eyeballs, I doubt it will tax me […]
My ultimate goal is always excellence – can’t find anything to fix – but my everyday goal is simply better: I want to do better every day, understanding that excellence is worth pursuing even if I never quite manage to catch it. So I want to celebrate the Phoenix iBuyers in that regard: They seem […]
“Understanding #iBuying: As an investment analogy, the #iBuyers’ quest for success would be like an ordinary millionaire buying an apartment community as a loss-leader in order to gain access to the precious on-site vending-machine concessions.” I wrote that a couple of days ago, but I’m not all the way in love with it. It’s plenty […]