On the floor of Startup Alley: Busivid

Busivid is a video production platform for agents that helps them make videos on the fly — and this video was made with the product.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 15
On the floor of Startup Alley: Rooomy

SAN FRANCISCO — Rooomy is a 3-D virtual staging company.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 9
On the floor of Startup Alley: UtilityScore

SAN FRANCISCO — UtilityScore helps consumers understand what the utility cost is for the property they might want to buy.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 8
On the floor of Startup Alley: Relola

SAN FRANCISCO — Relola is a real estate social platform where agents can share real-time previews of properties with consumers.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 7
On the Startup Alley floor: Avenue

SAN FRANCISCO — Avenue is a real-time Q&A mobile messaging app for the real estate industry; consumers can get advice from a local Realtor.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 6
On the floor of Startup Alley: PointDrive

SAN FRANCISCO — PointDrive is an agent-centric tool that puts power in the hands of individual agents, allowing them to create marketing content for clients.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 6
On the Startup Alley floor: SmartZip

SAN FRANCISCO — SmartZip is a residential real estate data company that provides information about who is most likely to sell in any given territory.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 6
On the Startup Alley floor: Proffer

SAN FRANCISCO — Proffer, which launched today, is the site where every property is for sale; there’s a name-your-price model where buyers can name prices on listed and unlisted properties.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 4
On the Startup Alley floor: ReaLync

SAN FRANCISCO — ReaLync creates live virtual home tours — private, between agent and client — plus live virtual open houses and prerecorded videos.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 4
On the Startup Alley floor: N3Tech

SAN FRANCISCO — The Matterport-based real estate startup covers the whole state of California; it’s an imaging company that brings 3-D technology to everyone, whether they have access to a special camera or not.

by Craig C. Rowe | Aug 4
Emma is smart, sophisticated and pretty

The two questions I get most often are: Can you recommend a CRM? Can you recommend an email marketing tool? I credit this to these tools being the most often used, and the most often neglected. Eventually, users blame the software, not, well … apathy.

by Craig C. Rowe | May 26