Welcome to my personal blog, Vendor Alley. My name is Greg Robertson, I’m co-founder of W&R Studios, a software company dedicated to creating simple and focused web apps. Our web app’s include a social bookmarking site for real estate called Dwellicious (now owned and operated by VHT, Inc.) and Cloud CMA a super simple way of generating amazing property reports for real estate professionals.
Dwellicious was named as a finalist for the 2009 Inman Innovator Award, under the “Most Innovative Technology” category. Cloud CMA was also a finalist for the Inman Innovator Award, in 2010.
This blog is dedicated to the real estate technology industry. Lately I’ve been writing reviews on new products and websites. I also love to cover trade shows and conferences and keep up with all the major industry players. It’s an exciting business with a lot of colorful, smart and talented people.
So set your reading glasses to ‘satire’, and join me as we try to make sense of the crazy business known as real estate.
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Email: gregrobertson at gmail dot com
Phone: 855-977-8834 Ext. 702
Buzz about Vendor Alley
Greg Robertson has been listed on the Inman 100, an annual list of the most influential leaders in real estate, for 3 years in a row (2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012).
Here’s an excerpt from 2009:
“…Robertson’s Vendor Alley Blog is a sometimes humorous, sometimes down-and-dirty insider’s look at the real estate industry through the eyes of a vendor. It’s a must read for anyone who has ever attended a real estate industry conference or plans to.”
and from 2011:
“Greg Robertson founded Vendor Alley, a snarky industry blog dedicated to the real estate technology industry,… ” -Just for the record, Hans Solo was called “snarky” too.
What’s up with the guy holding the two brass balls in the sidebar?
This is an image from the movie Glengarry Glen Ross. The photo is of Blake, played by Alec Baldwin. The exact quote from the movie is:
“You know what it takes to sell real estate? It takes brass balls to sell real estate”