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Interview with Greg Steele

Greg Steele


Interviewer: Adriana A. Davies, Ph.D
Videographer: David Bates
Video Editor: David Bates
Date of the Interview: September 9th 2008

Read Greg Steele’s Biography

Below are links to various video (wmv) files about Greg Steele's accounts.

  1. Personal Background
    (Running Time: 1:17:00)
  2. Entering the Industry
    (Running Time: 2:01:00)
  3. What makes a good Real Estate Agent
    (Running Time: 0:21:00)
  4. Networking Opportunities
    (Running Time: 1:05:00)
  5. Changes to the Industry over the past 20 years
    (Running Time: 4:57:00)
  6. Technology and Adapting
    (Running Time: 1:34:00)
  7. Evolution of Specialization
    (Running Time: 1:14:00)
  8. Education in the Industry
    (Running Time: 1:27:00)
  9. Open House
    (Running Time: 1:47:00)
  10. Women in the Profession
    (Running Time: 1:24:00)
  11. Regulation and Cultural Diversity
    (Running Time: 2:06:00)
  12. Community Development
    (Running Time: 1:12:00)
  13. Remax Business Model
    (Running Time: 3:22:00)
  14. US Economics and Negative Migration
    (Running Time: 7:17:00)
  15. Current Problems in the Market
    (Running Time: 4:32:00)
  16. Urban Sprawl
    (Running Time: 2:16:00)
  17. Densification
    (Running Time: 2:29:00)
  18. The Poor and Homelessness
    (Running Time: 1:15:00)
  19. For Sale by Owner
    (Running Time: 3:02:00)
  20. Remax TV
    (Running Time: 0:50:00)
  21. Real Estate in Popular Culture
    (Running Time: 0:18:00)
  22. Future Predictions for the Profession
    (Running Time: 0:32:00)
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