Real Estate Is Your Business is a series of conversations with the innovators, entrepreneurs, and thought leaders at the forefront of the modernization of the real estate industry. Hosted by real estate technology entrepreneur Thomas Kutzman and business development expert Scott Pollack, you will hear the about the exciting technological and business innovations that are improving the way we live, work, and pretty much do everything.
035 – Year in Review
Thomas Kutzman and Scott Pollack review their journey on "Real Estate Is Your Business", notable guests, what the hosts have learned, and how the industry is transforming, in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.
034 – Minta Kay and Salil Gandhi of Goodwin Procter – The Law of PropTech
Law firm Goodwin Procter LLP launches PropTech practice to serve intersection of real estate and technology innovation... Minta Kay (Chair of Goodwin’s Real Estate Industry group) and Salil Gandhi (partner in Goodwin’s Technology group) of Goodwin Pro...
033 – Lisa Fettner of ReferralExchange – People Before Leads
A nationwide realtor referral network... Lisa Fettner, VP of Marketing for ReferralExchange (real estate agents can submit and receive clients from across the US), joins Thomas Kutzman in the MouthMedia Network studios powered by Sennheiser.
032 – Ross Guttler of Delos – How Space Can Make Better People
Health and wellness at the center of the real estate industry ... Ross Guttler, Vice President - Strategic Partnerships for Delos (transforming homes, offices, schools and other indoor environments by placing health and wellness at the center of desig...
031 – Preston Pesek of Spacious – Accessible and Hospitable Workspaces
Restaurants as freelance work spaces… Preston Pesek, Co-founder/CEO of Spacious (transforming unused space into a city-wide network of stylish, productive workspaces where you can meet, work, and get stuff done) joins Thomas Kutzman and Scott Pollack ...
030 – Ryan Baxter of PASSNYC – PropTech, Education, and Going Big
PropTech, education reform in New York City, and motivating innovation... Ryan Baxter, making NYC's built environment more educational, Founder/Chairman of PASSNYC, Real Estate Liaison for MetaProp NYC, and Co-founder of PropTech Challenge,
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Smart and Deep (CEO's interviewing CEO's...)
Licensed real estate agent looking to start my own company. I started listening to business podcasts a few years ago looking for new ideas, a new edge, and to broaden my perspective in the real estate world beyond my office's local bubble, so I've probably heard every popular real estate podcast on iTunes. While some do have their strengths, no other real estate podcast goes as "deep" as these guys - which is a refreshing break from some of the other gimmicky, salesmen-like guys out there. Where other podcasts will give you the "general gist" of a startup's business model, these guys will actually take time to explain it to you. after all, what's the point of learning about some new exciting business model if you can't fully understand how it works? I just wish they came out with episodes more often - - after I finished their current episodes and went back to my old real estate casts, I couldn't help but miss the level of depth and intuition you get from them. And its not just about taking the time to understand complex ideas - these guys think different, from you and me and from each other, and they ask their guests things that wouldn't even occur to me (but that I wish I thought of.) You can tell the guests genuinely enjoy talking to people on their level. This is by far the smartest, most "hits the nail on the head" of them all. It's sad there isn't more of a market for this more serious stuff... sadly most people want tips on flipping houses... not developing their own real estate startup, so it's no surprise they don't put out episodes more frequently :( I wouldn't recommend listening to them on 1.5x or 2.0... save that for the other ones.. for this you'll wanna listen carefully
Learn a lot every show
Really enjoy the podcast - CRE isn't the industry I primarily work in, but interesting to hear how different founders are thinking about a space that is ripe for disruption.
Great new real estate podcast
Love this podcast. Very cool guests and topics.