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Swanepoel Trends Report 2010
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The Swanepoel Trends Report is an annual report that is authored by Stefan Swanepoel every year summarizing the preceding year and detailing the most significant real estate trends, innovation and new business models impacting the industry. The 2010 edition is over 150 pages and will be published through on February 8, 2010. The Report is widely acknowledged as the most comprehensive Report covering change in the real estate business.

The 2010 Swanepoel TRENDS Report discusses the following important questions:

  • Who Will Win the Battle Over MLS Data?
  • RPR— Realtor® Property Resource; Friend or Foe?
  • Is the First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit Working?
  • How Many Non-working Realtors® are There?
  • Are Dual Careers for Realtors® Skyrocketing?
  • Will We at Last See a New Breed of Professional?
  • Has Social Media Taken Over the Driver’s Seat?
  • Is the Re-structuring of Realtor® Associations Imminent?
  • What’s Up With Real Estate Franchises?
  • Is a New Real Estate Business Model Emerging?

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