The Future of Real Estate

By Katherine Tarbox, Senior Editor, REALTOR® Magazine

Last Friday, I traveled to Milwaukee to visit the first children’s interactive real estate exhibit at the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum. Hope you enjoy the fun.


  1. Larry Gawlinski

    Wow, the office is so small, just like all of the Coldwell Banker offices keep getting.

  2. I have no problem with private companies underwriting non-profit activities such as the Betty Brinn Children’s Museum, but what is evident in this video is disturbing on many levels. It appears to operate more as a kiosk for the agency than a hands-on interactive “geography” exhibit.

    Had the museum really wanted to use real estate as a geography tool, it might have been more appropriate to show how the internet, geo-tagging technology, video tours, photo galleries, etc. and innovative ways that real estate agents are rethinking commissions are helping consumers become more pro-active buyers and sellers.

    Instead, children are being used as the bait to allow CB agents to reel in new buyers and sellers. Shameful.

  3. This is great, I love it. Great job!