Hacker Connect January 16 in New York
An event for and by the real estate tech community

Editor's note: The following is a guest perspective. By TOM FLANAGAN We have all read inappropriate status updates from old high school friends or distant family members. But I am always slightly surprised to read a post from a real estate agent complaining about a client or writing something derogatory regarding an open house ... especially when that agent is hosting the event! Traditional social boundaries have changed. We are now "friends" with co-workers, supervisors and even our mortgage broker. It can be difficult to balance our personal and professional roles. Is it appropriate for a real estate agent to engage in conversation with a client's family and friends? Or better yet, what if potential clients are evaluating an agent based on the agent's conduct on Fa...