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Show Notes - Mapping segregation - DC - Mapping prejudice - Minneapolis - Mapping inequality - University of Richmond - Jefferson school of African American history - Mapping Charlottesville - Charlottesville never got a redline map? - What were redline maps? - Clip to the Amazon show - 1948 supreme court decision - Zoning and 1968 Fair Housing Act…
 
Chris Henry is Co-Founder and President of Stony Point Development Group, an award-winning real estate development company driven by creating great places and enhancing lives through the built environment. Stony Point Development Group has executed over $250MM of ground-up development and acquisition of urban mixed-use projects in Virginia, North C…
 
Niki Simon and Michael Coleman, Nest HQ’s Air Traffic Controller and Marketing and Development Manager, joined Jim and Keith this week. We love talking to Nesters, and Michael and Niki were no exception. Hear how they came to Nest, and how they help build and foster the Nest culture, and how they make Nesters better at what they do. Show Notes: - H…
 
Olivia Mariani joined Jim and Keith this week to discuss Curbio, a pre-sale renovation company, how they have shifted and adapted due to the pandemic, and how what they offer can benefit buyers, sellers, and Realtors. - One of the shifts Curbio has made is: They are the finance mechanism, and they are turnkey - Solution for Realtors and Sellers - H…
 
The Nest Realty crew of Jonathan, Keith and Jim talk about proptech in the 2020s. - Last week’s podcast with Mike Simonsen - CoStar - new offer to buy CoreLogic - Zillow buys ShowingTime - Rob Hahn’s thoughts on Zillow + ShowingTime - Zillow’s Flex agent program - Lone Wolf also on an acquisition spree - Book: The Innovator’s Dilemma - Ford Motor C…
 
Mike Simonsen, with Altos Research, joined us for the second time and we discussed the housing crisis, state of the market, interest rates, data points that may signal the market cooldown, and we even touched on housing policy that may address our crisis. There was one number that shocked us; hope you enjoy the show. Show notes - Will the market co…
 
Jonathan and Keith were joined by Jesse Cole, the founder of Fans First Entertainment and owner of the Savannah Bananas, a Coastal Plain League baseball team in Savannah, Georgia. Cole and his teams have welcomed more than a million fans to their ballparks. Jesse has been featured on MSNBC and is a keynote speaker all over the country, promoting th…
 
- Recapping the Nest Summit - Jesse Cole with the Savannah Bananas - Savannah Bananas -NAR’s Chief Economist, Dr. Yun, joined us - His presentation is here - New construction material increases and supply chain challenges - Existing and new construction home sales up - NAR’s annual homebuyer profile - Prospect of fewer repeat home sales, and ramifi…
 
Jonathan, Keith and Jim recapped some of their favorite episodes from 2020. We had a lot of great shows this year, and we’re grateful for your listening, and for our guests for sharing their time, insight, and knowledge. One more show to go this year, and it’s on to 2021! Episode 36 - Exciting Innovations, Cooperation, Evolutions through a Pandemic…
 
We're taking a break this week. We hope you do too. It has been an interesting 2020, and we have two more episodes this year. One is going to be Jonathan, Keith and I talking about what Nest accomplished this year and what we're planning to do in 2021. The other will be highlights from a few of our favorite podcasts in 2020. If you have a particula…
 
Debbie Lariviere - Partner and Head Coach at Middleton Elite Coaching and Nest Realty Broker/Realtor - Who are you? - What’s your “how I got to real estate coaching” story? - When should an agent or broker choose coach? - Leverage points and metrics - What percentage of your business is agent? Broker? - How do you evaluate your clients? - What does…
 
Skylar Olsen, Principal Economist at Climate Check, joined us this week. We talked about how the Climate Check service, how they are seeking make this data accessible to all consumers and real estate professionals, and how climate change will affect buyers’ choices about where they live, and how we are going to have to make our homes and areas resi…
 
Barbara Brown Wilson is an associate professor of urban and environmental planning at the UVa School of Architecture, and a co-founder and faculty director at the UVa Democracy Initiative Center for the Redress of Inequity through Community-Engaged Scholarship (aka The Equity Center). Her research and teaching focus on the history, theory, ethics, …
 
Home design and DIY blogger Cassie Bustamante sits down with the Nest crew of Keith Davis, Jim Duncan and storyteller and content manager Jasmine Bible to talk about the value of wellness in your home, connecting with buyers and visualization. Designer: Cassie Bustamante -- Blogger, Instagram Trendsetter Location: Greensboro, NC Instagram: https://…
 
Keith Davis and Jim Duncan are joined again by Rob Hahn. If you're a regular listener, a couple of weeks ago you heard an episode where Rob and Jim spent time talking about issues surrounding fair housing. Now they’re looking at zoning, school districts and growth. - Nice White Parents - Zoning and school districts - Buyers will negotiate with resp…
 
Jonathan, Keith and Jim get together for their monthly podcast to catch up and talk about Interest rates, inventory, supply and demand. The value of transferable mortgages? COVID’s acceleration of change. - Earnnest; the new way to send earnest money deposits, and the value of making a first impression. - The future of college towns from New York t…
 
This week on Sweat the Details, Keith and Jim were joined by Nest’s Story Teller, Content Manager and Editor in Chief of the Nest Magazine, Jasmine Bible, and Natalie Papier, a Professional Interior Designer, who recently moved from Chicago to Charlotte, and is an Instagram Trendsetter. Find Natalie on Instagram and her website. We talked about int…
 
Joel Burslem of 1000watt talks with Nest's Jim Duncan and Keith Davis about technology, the value of editing and subtraction. Who should be providing technology solutions for agents? The agents? Brokers? MLS? Third parties? - Subscribe to 1000 Watt’s outstanding newsletter - Just One Thing by Jessica Swesey - What can you remove/subtract/remove fro…
 
This week, Rob Hahn, the notorious ROB, one of the most well-known and smartest thinkers in the real estate space, joined us to talk about race, zoning, the Newsday article from November 2019, Realtors policing themselves, the Color of Law, the importance of words and vocabulary in real estate, and RPAC, the Realtor Code of Ethics, and the conversa…
 
Dr. Jessica Lautz, with the National Association of Realtors joined Keith and Jim on this week’s Sweat the Details. She’s our first second-time guest, and we had a great discussion about this moment in history, and how the real estate market is affected by the pandemic. - NAR’s Market Recovery Survey (download it here) - Short commutes are less of …
 
This is a big and heady conversation, as evidenced by the extensive show notes and accompanying blog post, and is the start of what is going to be a needed and necessary ongoing conversation that starts in many ways with how Realtors, originally known as “real estate men” were at the forefront of implementing racially-based zoning and restrictions,…
 
This week on Sweat the Details, we welcomed Dr. Maritza Johnson, who aims to make it easier for people to handle the security and privacy decisions they face in their daily lives. She completed her PhD in computer science at Columbia University and wrote her dissertation on the usability of Facebook privacy settings. We talked about privacy, securi…
 
This week we spoke with Issi Romem, economist at MetroSight. We talked with Romem, who holds a PhD in economics, about the changes coming to commercial real estate, silver linings that came from previous pandemics, possible projections for what our world and economy will look like when we get through this pandemic. Plus, Keith and Jim do a wrapup, …
 
Jonathan, Keith, and Jim talked with Inman's global head of community Laura Monroe about their shift into a virtual Inman Connect, the value of community and the strengths brokerages will need moving forward - Her role as Global Head of Community at Inman - How Inman, as a distributed team, quickly decided to transition to virtual Inman Connect - H…
 
Jonathan, Keith, and Jim welcomed Vanessa Bergmark with Red Oak Realty for a discussion about real estate during sheltering in place, cooperating with competitors during and after a pandemic, and innovating and changing behaviors. - Quick state of the Bay Area market after the shelter in place order - How marketing and prepping properties has chang…
 
Jonathan, Keith, and Jim - Culture and Innovations in a Pandemic This is our first “time sensitive” podcast. Previously, all of our topics have been those that while not timeless, are topics that are relevant if you listened the day it was released, or the week or two after. We’re in different times now, and while the concepts of brokerage culture,…
 
Nest's Jim Duncan and Keith Davis sit down with Nest's Taylor Titus, Nest's Director of Agents Services how she supports, guides, and leads our agents, the value of authenticity in marketing, and being human. We discus her role and how it has evolved into the Director of Agent Services from Client Happiness Coordinator, how she supports, guides, an…
 
We welcomed Bart Isley with Scrimmage Play, the Charlottesville region’s local sports journalistic home. They cover 19 schools, and hundreds of teams, and are a remarkable asset to the community. - What is Scrimmage Play? - Value of high school sports - to the kids, schools, community - a uniting story - Being the positive filter - Picking up what …
 
Reinforcing new habits this week. We just changed our schedule to interviews every other Tuesday, and Jonathan, Jim, Keith every third Thursday. We were missing one of us this week, but kept our new habit. We run down a quick list of some of our favorite podcasts. Criminal The Indicator from NPR Calculated Risk (when we were starting Sweat the Deta…
 
Habitat for Humanity - More than Homes Lance Barton with Habitat for Humanity, Staunton-Augusta-Waynesboro area joined Keith, Jim, and Jonathan and they discussed what Habitat does and how they impact their communities as well as dispel some myths about Habitat, one of the most well-known organizations in the world. - Financial qualifications and t…
 
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