As my first month as division president at Stewart Title is coming to a close, I wanted to pause for a minute to reflect on my experience and explain my vision for our division.
Amazon is taking advantage of changing demographics and technology to change the customer experience and do for grocery shopping what they have done for retail.
In May, I had the honor of participating in [tag] IQPC Exchange’s Market Research and Consumer Insights conference as a featured speaker. My presentation was titled “Insights Evolution: Redesigning Teams and Increasing Synergy to Proactively Drive Business Strategy”. This conference was a great opportunity for me to share insights from Stewart and learn from other marketing and communications leaders across the country.
There is more to buying a car than just the purchase price. After buying the car, the owner still faces insurance, annual taxes and licensing, fuel, tires, batteries, maintenance, and for some, tolls and parking. The same is true for housing, but with a much larger array of expenses. To ascertain the real costs of …Read more
The en banc (before the entire bench) D.C. Circuit Court heard oral arguments this week in the PHH case. While fortune telling from oral arguments is a tricky business, there are a few things of interest.
Stewart will be partnering with HGTV’s Property Brothers on the new season of Brother vs. Brother, premiering May 31. The episode was taped in Galveston, Texas, and Stewart’s West End Office performed the home closing transactions for two of the waterfront homes featured in the show.
Not all education is equal in extrinsic value (economic compensation) or intrinsic value (value to the person). Graduates with a degree in Social Welfare do not typically make much money at all, but many of these people feel extremely rewarded by what they accomplish.
Lawyers are not commonly thought of as innovators or techies. However, technology is a big motivator for the next generation of clients and, because of that, it’s changing the way lawyers everywhere do business
More than 30 years ago when I was working for the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University, the Executive Officer at the Lubbock Association of Realtors said we should do a study on how much a home sale impacts the local economy in addition to just the home purchase price. Great idea to track …Read more
Apartment rents nationwide fell for the fourth consecutive month based on a National Apartment Rent Index (not seasonally adjusted), and were down in 51 of the 100 largest U.S. cities in the latest month compared to one month earlier according to Apartment List, a national online apartment listing service. A frequently quoted statistic is the …Read more