Dallas-Based Real Estate Tech Start-Up HipPocket Folds After Two Years in The Fray

By Joanna England / August 23, 2017 / 0 Comments

  We got tipped off by a reader that HipPocket, the tech start-up brought to the market by pioneering broker Clay Stapp and his business partner, James Bohan-Pitt, will soon close. In a message to users and clients of the site, Stapp and Bohan-Pitt said that the company, which was launched give agents and brokers […]

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Eureka: Local Media Discovers That Real Estate is Changing, Starts Reporting on Disruptors (WHAT????)

By Candy Evans / January 14, 2016 / 0 Comments

Nice piece of reporting in this D CEO piece by Phil Harvey who tries to tell us how the search for real estate has changed over the last 40-50 years: Fifty-one years ago, if you were looking for a new home, you had to get in your car and actually go look for one. The National Association […]

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Clay Stapp’s HipPocket Rocks the Halls at Real Estate Connect San Francisco 2015

By Candy Evans / August 6, 2015 / 0 Comments

I had to come to San Francisco, had to see them for myself. Eight years ago I attended this conference by mistake, and it made me to see the writing on the wall not only in real estate, but print journalism. This is the conference that inspired me to start a blog called DallasDirt and, […]

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A Unique Home Requires Unique Marketing to Find The Right Buyer, Says Barbara Arredondo

By Joanna England / July 14, 2015 / 7 Comments

There are a few Dallas homes that are so unique that they earn a permanent spot in the bit of our brains exclusively wired for real estate. For me, this Eastwood midcentury modern that was completely re-imagined by architect D’J Perkison is one of those homes. You probably had the distinct pleasure of touring this […]

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