This week, Danielle Riley was joined by guest co-host Audie Chamberlain. They spoke to Robert Hahn and Morgan Brown about this week’s top stories, including one particular incident taking the industry by storm.
Audie Chamberlain is the Founder of Lion & Orb, a real estate public relations company that specializes in aggressive PR and growth acceleration. Their award-winning clients are regularly featured in Architectural Digest, The Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg News, Forbes, among others. He is an innovator and award-winning strategist with a highly successful track record in public relations, growing brands, customer acquisition and profitability.
Rob Hahn is the founder and Managing Partner of 7DS Associates, a strategy consulting firm specializing in creative solutions rooted in strategic analysis and data. His most recent venture, Neighborhood Advocates, helps Realtors use policy issues that affect homeowners as cornerstones of an effective marketing and branding program. He is a graduate of Yale University with a degree in Philosophy. Unfortunately, the Wall Street Philosophy Banks were not hiring when he graduated, so he decided to add a law degree from NYU along with student loans the size of a good mortgage. He is a refugee from New Jersey currently residing in the Republic of Texas, in the state of Houston, with his two boys and a growing collection of fine leather boots.
Here are some of the stories they discussed:
- Opendoor is a bigger deal than Zillow — here’s why
- Why millennials are the future of real estate
- Can leveling the real estate data standards field be a good thing?