Up, Up, and Away—Drone Use in the Real Estate Industry Takes Off

Last January we wrote about how drones could soon be changing the way that real estate professionals do their job. At the time, the National Association of Realtors released a statement that unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) (also referred to as unmanned aircraft systems or UAS)were not allowed for commercial […]

The effect of local and federal government website use on trust in government: an exploratory analysis

The objective of this paper is a closer examination of how information and communication technology (ICT) may influence consumer/citizen attitudes toward local and federal governments. This is accomplished through an exploratory analysis of how demographic variables affect local and federal government website use and their effect on trust in these levels of government. […]

Use of Drones in the Real Estate Industry

Ever since Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos appeared on CBS’s 60 Minutes on December 1, 2013, to inform viewers that Amazon was testing drones to deliver packages, there has been increased interest in the private use of drones. However, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) seems unlikely to approve such a […]

Realtors® Land Institute Land University Course: Subdivision Development

In Subdivision Development, sub-dividing is more than a marketing technique—it is a development process, and as such the course will focus on the production and the marketing of the product. The ultimate objective of sub-dividing is to buy by the acre and sell by the square foot. Therefore, the marketing […]