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Matthew Stotts

Seamus Reply.com had "passive" real estate sales back in August - they called it "Unsolicited Offer," and deserve credit at least for getting it to market. -m

PaulSweeney

Very very interesting. I love this idea of what is "declared" for sale, and what information you need to facilitate a sale. Does this play into a space where people have to think about everything as information arbitrage? (i.e. my home, my school quality and my job in London might be worth X, but if a house is passively valued in another part the country, and there is a similar job available, then their is a value on a pre-emptive offer), semantic web at work!

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