Where Real Estate Gets Its Dirt

Vendor to Vendor

I don’t pretend to know everything. But, I started my first real estate software company back in 1992, so I’ve seen a few things. That being said what is going on is unprecedented.

I know a lot of other vendors are feeling uncertain at this time. After speaking to some of you I wanted to reach out with this offer.

My team at W+R put together a game plan(s). If you want to have a one on one conversation with me I would be glad to share our thoughts.

My only ask is to speak to owners, CEOs, or co-founders. Hit me up at greg [at] wr-studios [dot] com and I’ll make some time. I will be as honest and open as I can. And selfishly I’m looking for any good ideas as well.

We are all in this together.

  1. Greg, how about this idea? In no uncertain terms, our MLS partners are the lifeblood of the services we offer. Terradatum values these relationships and recognizes the critically important role they play in the vendor community. Candidly, MLS license fees can represent a significant percentage of cost structure for some smaller companies. That cost is carried by the vendor and ultimately built into the price of services to their clients who are MLS members. Can we open a dialog around a temporary waiver or moratorium of these license fees?

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