Bradley Inman (a.k.a. Brad Inman) is a journalist and entrepreneur who founded several media companies. Inman's knowledge of the real estate industry dates back to his days as a syndicated real estate columnist with the San Francisco Examiner. Inman is also the author of Livable Neighborhoods of the Bay Area. Inman grew up in Carlinville, Illinois and graduated from Boston University.
- Inman News was founded in 1996 as an online news source for the real estate industry. Brad Inman continues to contribute as a guest columnist and speak on real estate issues. Inman News holds annual events where Brad Inman has interviewed technology and media personalities such as Rupert Murdoch, Arianna Huffington, Craig Newmark, Barry Diller, Kara Swisher and Barbara Corcoran.
- Inman founded online real estate firm HomeGain.com in 1999, which was acquired by Classified Ventures in 2005.
- In 2005, Inman started TurnHere.com, an Internet video production and distribution platform that produced editorial and advertising content for companies such as Conde Nast, NBC, Williams Sonoma, Yelp and OpenTable.
- Inman founded Vook, an enhanced ebook company, in early 2009 with partners including the New York Times, NBC and Simon & Schuster, and authors including Deepak Chopra, Seth Godin and Anne Rice.
- Inman, Bradley. Livable Neighborhoods of the Bay Area. Foghorn Press, 1992. ISBN 0-935701-39-7
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