Voices

So what is One South Realty ‘Voices’?
Simply put, it is where we write.

At One South, we pride ourselves on challenging convention, questioning the status quo, and always seeking a better way.

In 2010, we began our tradition of writing and it has become a hallmark of who we are and how we operate.

Over the years, we have found that when share our thoughts with the world, we not only help our clients understand this crazy business, we help ourselves understand it better, too.

Enjoy.

Stop Trying to Time the Market

Stop Trying to Time the Market

(A quick note – This piece was originally written in response to an individual who kept telling me only idiots ...
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This Wasn't on the Exam

This Wasn’t on the Exam

I got my real estate license in 1993 –– well before online MLS, cell phones, ShowingTime, and laser printers. I'm ...
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2022 HOUSING MARKET FORECAST IN RICHMOND VA

At the beginning of each year, we do a report for not just our agents, but our clients and the ...
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It's Still a Train Wreck

It’s Still a Train Wreck

In February, we published a piece called, ‘The Train Wreck that is Housing’ –– it was one of our most ...
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How to Win a Bidding War

How to Win a Bidding War

The feeling is familiar enough by now –– the perfect listing comes out and your clients want to buy it ...
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Thoughts on Scaling a Business

Thoughts on Scaling a Business

I'm not sure why, but for whatever reason, I have been in a lot of conversations about 'scaling' lately. Scaling, ...
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The Train Wreck That is Housing

The Train Wreck That is Housing

In case you hadn’t heard, we have an inventory problem. Right now, in a region of 1.3M people, we have ...
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Problems, and Why We Suck at Solving Them

Problems, and Why We Suck at Solving Them

Lately, we have been spending a lot of time at One South thinking about thinking. More specifically, we have been ...
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Imperfect Information and Decision Making

Imperfect Information and Decision Making

The score was 1-0. It was the top of the 6th inning and Blake Snell of the Tampa Bay Devil ...
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The Overconfidence Bias

The Overconfidence Bias

The year was 2008. The CEO on stage was the epitome of confidence –– wearing his favorite custom-tailored suit, starched ...
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The Lure of Two Commas

The Lure of Two Commas

Take your pick this evening when you are channel surfing –– would you rather binge-watch 'Million Dollar Beach House' or ...
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Seth Godin

The Smallest Viable Audience

Seth Godin For those of you who do not follow Seth Godin, you should. Several years ago, I attended a ...
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