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Inside Engel & Völkers’ virtual reality theater for home tours

Inside Engel & Völkers’ virtual reality theater for home tours

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Engel & Völkers’ downtown Minneapolis branch was pondering what to do with a windowless space when inspiration struck — it would make the perfect spot for potential buyers to grab a pair of goggles and vet as many as 30 homes in a matter of hours. With reclining arm chairs and special lighting, the VR theater could also bring family and friends along for a big-screen experience …

Connect the Speakers: Todd Callow on the future of realtor.com

Connect the Speakers: Todd Callow on the future of realtor.com

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Todd Callow leads the rental, owner and senior housing categories for Move (across realtor.com and Doorsteps.com), and will speak during the session, “Product update: What’s new at Facebook, Zillow, Google and realtor.com,” at Hacker Connect on Monday, January 22, 2018, at The Marriott Marquis Hotel in Times Square …

Connect the Speakers: Stefan Martinovic on a big year ahead for REBNY

Connect the Speakers: Stefan Martinovic on a big year ahead for REBNY

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Stefan Martinovic will speak at Hacker Connect on Monday, January 22, at the Marriott Marquis Hotel, Times Square, during the session, “Overcoming the tech integration problem.” …

Connect the Speakers: How a family team works, New York style

Connect the Speakers: How a family team works, New York style

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Sydney and Kenny Blumstein will present at Inman Connect New York as part of Agent Connect on Tuesday, January 23, 2018. Their session is entitled, “Anatomy of a team: family style, how it works.” …