By Brian Copeland
Since 99 percent of you will click on the following websites anyway, I’m not going to flatter myself with long narratives on these seven start-ups to watch for real estate applications in 2010. The following list was created from an Inman Connect NYC panel:
Pegshot.com: Allows you to share your location plus video and photos of exactly what’s going on. From the mind of the brilliant WellcomeMat guys.
Ipromote.com: For $5 a day, you can create a ton of classified online ads to promote everywhere.
Nabewise.com: Connects people with neighborhoods via attributes.
CloudCMA.com: Mixes glorious cloud computing with the CMA process, obviously by the name.
KWKLY.com: Text messaging for real estate…simplified.
Deedstreet.com: Twitteresque for real estate…pretty much.
Klout.com: Measures your social media influence. Amazing application: They are working with a Las Vegas hotel group. When you check-in, they get your Twitter name. Then, the hotel group checks your “klout” and treats your influence accordingly with things like free Cirque tickets.