Q&A With Dean of Realogics

The Seattle Times hosted a Q&A with Dean Jones of Realogics yesterday and has posted the 22 questions and answers, Downtown condo Q&A.

About Matt Goyer

I love condos, lofts, floating homes, new construction and mid-century moderns so much so that since starting this blog in 2006 I've written over 2,000 blog posts about them!

For years I resisted becoming a real estate agent preferring to be a marketing executive at Redfin but after leaving Redfin (after seven years!) I caved in the spring of 2014 and became a broker. So if you need help finding that "Urbnlivn-style" place or selling your home email me at matt@urbnlivn.com, I'd be happy to help you.

Prior to Urbnlivn and Redfin, I worked at Microsoft after graduating from the University of Waterloo with a Bachelor of Mathematics with a major in computer science.

You can also find me on Twitter, @MattGoyer, or LinkedIn.

  • Ace

    Dean talks about the ‘credit crunch’ and ‘market jitters’ like they are this weeks issues and they’ll go away in a little while.

    What is he smoking? I need some of it.

  • Ace

    Dean talks about the ‘credit crunch’ and ‘market jitters’ like they are this weeks issues and they’ll go away in a little while.

    What is he smoking? I need some of it.

  • EconE

    LOL…too funny.

    I hope that guy owns LOTS of condos.

  • EconE

    LOL…too funny.

    I hope that guy owns LOTS of condos.

  • Matthew

    Gotta love how people are referring to current financial markets as “current market jitters” rather than “a completely frozen commercial paper market”.

    Jitters sounds much easier to swallow.

  • Matthew

    Gotta love how people are referring to current financial markets as “current market jitters” rather than “a completely frozen commercial paper market”.

    Jitters sounds much easier to swallow.

  • jo

    if the DOW losing a couple tril this week can be consider a jitter, I wonder what he would call a market crisis

  • jo

    if the DOW losing a couple tril this week can be consider a jitter, I wonder what he would call a market crisis