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Google Profiles

July 31, 2009


Yep, there’s lots and lots of places for an online profile, but I just set up my “Google Profile” and found it really easy and kind of fun. One aspect that I like is that Google Profiles aren’t explicitly related to other applications such as the case with LinkedIn or Twitter. It’s basically a simple […]

NPR Interview from May 4

May 5, 2009


More fun stuff… NPR was looking for some to talk expertly about the national real estate market and the recent March numbers released from the National Association of REALTORS. Instead, they got stuck with me… Here’s a link to the short segment – Scott Sambucci on NPR.

Using Salesforce

February 14, 2008


I’m in process of migrating to for our company’s CRM. Here’s what I know so far: 1. Salespeople there are meticulous during the sales process. I’m hoping this is because they’re using Salesforce for their CRM. 2. You can get a user “seat” for about $65/month, and set up billing quarterly, semi-annually, annually, or […]

No Revenue, Profit or Free Cash Flow? Now what?

February 12, 2008


In my recent post, I discussed how a firm’s value could be determined simply by discounting the total revenue of the firm over a reasonable time period using an appropriate discount rate – the “Discounted Revenue Valuation Model” (DRVM)- because a firm’s revenue represents the total benefit received by its customers. DVRM focuses more on […]

That’s me on IPTV!

January 30, 2008


My video interview on IPTV on Real Estate Zealot. Keep in mind that this is my first video interview about Altos Research. This was a one-take deal (i.e. “do-the-best-that-you-can-and-hope-it-comes-out-right”) at a Beer for Bloggers session at the recent Inman Real Estate Connect Conference in New York City. I’m pleased with the outcome. Of course, I […]