[REPEAT] Aaron Kardell [2]

 

REPEAT is a special interview series underwritten by CliftonLarsonAllen where we take a deep dive inside the minds of Minnesota’s rare repeat technology entrepreneurs.  Repeat means to start a tech company, exit said company, and return start another one.

Aaron Kardell became a technology entrepreneur at age 14, and by 24 he had sold his first company. Today, he is the founder and CEO of Homespotter, a VC-backed mobile focused software company in the real estate industry. Part 1 can be read here.

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[REPEAT] Aaron Kardell [1]

REPEAT is a special interview series underwritten by CliftonLarsonAllen where we take a deep dive inside the minds of Minnesota’s rare repeat technology entrepreneurs.  Repeat means to start a tech company, exit said company, and return start another one.

Aaron Kardell became a technology entrepreneur at age 14, and by 24 he had sold his first company. Today, he is the founder and CEO of Homespotter, a VC-backed mobile focused software company in the real estate industry.  Kardell is among our guests of honor at the upcoming Founders Respect and Recognition event on April 5th.

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HomeSpotter Intros Boost For Real Estate Social Media Marketing Automation

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By Patrick Thomas, Star Tribune

“The Minneapolis real estate tech company HomeSpotter launched a service Friday that automatically creates advertisements for real estate listings and open houses that can be posted to social media sites.

Called Boost, the service is aimed at making it easier for agents and brokers to generate sponsored posts for Facebook, Instagram and Leadpages, which have become
key to reaching prospective buyers. The online service is available on the HomeSpotter website.”

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VC Backed HomeSpotter Makes Homebuying More Social

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“July 30, 2015 (Minneapolis, MN) –​ Proclaiming that “Every home search is a conversation,” HomeSpotter today released a new version of its mobile real estate app that seamlessly integrates chat messaging with home search. Collaboration between home searchers and agents lies at the heart of the real estate process. The new HomeSpotter app makes it fast, easy and fun.”

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Entrepreneur 2 Entrepreneur: Aaron Kardell on the CRMLS partnership

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KardellThanks to Split Rock Partners for underwriting our Entrepreneur 2 Entrepreneur series. 

Last week we learned that Minneapolis startup Mobile Realty Apps had partnered with the California Regional MLS (CRMLS) — the largest of its type in the country.

Founded by veteran tech entrepreneur Aaron Kardell in 2010, Mobile Realty Apps creates digital tools for real estate agents and consumers to locate properties quickly and easily on their mobile devices. Specifically, the app allows members to instantly search all CRMLS property types, edit listings and upload photos from their mobile devices — in addition to HomeSpotter augmented reality technology.

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