Tuesday, April 28, 2015
I was just reading a blog post showcased by Inman News when a paragraph hit me in the face. I began reading it due to the catchy headline regarding selling a home via Zillow, but the author captured our society perfectly with the following analysis "Consumers often choose speed, simplicity and low prices over thoroughness and quality. Redbox’s half-rented-out, $1 DVD kiosks survive though rental stores with hundreds of better choices for $5 went out of business. We book reservations on Hotwire without even knowing the hotel’s name because we can save $20. Parents entrust their inheritance to a will that they crafted on a legal website for $99." Read the rest of the post here.