Luxury Connect
Meet the Luxury Leaders | October 19-20 | Beverly Hills

By LESLIE MLADINICH SAN FRANCISCO -- Analytic data that rates everything from residential safety to how a Realtor's expertise extends in a particular neighborhood was a common ingredient in many entrepreneurial Web businesses participating in Start-Up Alley at Real Estate Connect San Francisco. About 20 young companies got a chance to share their sites and spark interest among agents and industry insiders in a one-on-one setting at Wednesday's conference. "Data rules, analytics and application. It's Web 3.0," said Jonathan Cardella, founder and CEO of Neighborcity, a site that takes MLS and privately obtained data and enables agents to compete for sellers in a few different ways. Sellers can view the agents' statistics on sales in the key neighborhood, and Neighborcity ...