WaLaw Realty nominated for 2010 Innovator Awards – VOTE TODAY

We’re excited to announce that we’ve been nominated for the prestigious 2010 Innovator Awards awarded by Inman News at the annual Real Estate Connect conference in San Francisco.   Along with several impressive companies we’ve been nominated in the Most Innovative Real Estate Brokerage category.

Nominations are open to the public and winners are chosen by the Inman News editorial board.  This year, for the first time, there is a “People’s Choice” Innovator Award as well so we need your vote so we can win twice! 

Click here to register (choose the “limited access” option to register for free) then click here to vote. 

Inman News prides itself as “the leading source of independent real estate news, information, advice, research, opinion and commentary for industry professionals and consumers alike” and they’ve been handing out the Innovator Awards annually since 1997.  The awards go to forward-thinking individuals and businesses and past winners include Google Earth, Trulia, Redfin, New York Times Real Estate, Coldwell Banker Real Estate, RE/MAX International, E*Trade, E-Loan, Lending Tree.

It’s a big honor for us to be nominated and especially cool since it comes on the heels of an awesome article they about us last April.  You have to be a dues-paying member to read the whole article so we’ll sum it up for you.  The reporter looked all across the company to see if anybody else had a business model that combined the traditional strengths of a top notch real estate brokerage with the practical advice and counsel of a real estate law firm all for a low flat fee.  Sure enough, we’re the first and only ones to do it and that, my friends, is the definition of innovation!

This nomination is right in line with our mission statement which makes it all the more satisfying.  WaLaw Realty – Changing the way people buy and sell real estate!

Posted by Marc Holmes

Residential Real Estate Lawyer Marc HolmesMarc Holmes is an attorney in Seattle with a practice focused on residential real estate. In 2009 he merged his life-long passion for real estate with his law practice to create WaLaw Realty. WaLaw is a new and unique model that combines legal representation with the services of a real estate agent while charging much less than a traditional agent. Marc blogs when he has a chance.

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