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I believe that. In fact, I know that. Starting my start-up career at Zillow (see this for some perspective) was a very good and very bad pre-cursor for my entrepreneurial journey over the past few years.

It was great in the fact that I now KNOW building a technology business at massive scale is possible; I’ve seen it done from the inside. Most people seriously question whether building something that reaches millions of consumers is possible, because they haven’t seen it with their own eyes

It was bad in the fact that, prior to starting my own company

I thought start-ups were easy. As an employee at Zillow, sure there were challenges, but from my perspective there was never any real risk the company wouldn’t succeed. That’s why I took a personal loan when I left in 2010 to buy my options; I knew there was basically zero chance I’d end up on the short end of the stick (and I didn’t). Of course, Zillow’s not the average start-up. Most start-ups don’t have $6 million in funding pre-launch, a team of 50+ without having shipped a product, or a founder with a multi billion dollar company that transformed an entire industry under his belt.

They seek product feedback and strategy. They want to know about problems and incentives for agents as well as consumers. They are looking to get a handle at how to gain adoption, traction, and partnerships in this massively complex and wide-reaching industry we operate in.

Many have no prior history in the industry. Others were agents at one time or another. Still others grew up in a real estate family.

I’ve seen 10 years of what has worked, and what hasn’t. When I hear a pitch or play with a product, I tell it how I see it, regardless of whether that’s what the founder wants to hear. Sometimes, it doesn’t validate their strategy.

About the Author
Tyler Jenschke has been in the real estate business and in the marketing business for almost five years. He was born and raised deep in South Texas and then spent a short time in West Texas where he obtained a degree in Business Administration at Texas Tech University, focusing his studies on Real Estate and Marketing. Tyler understands that the decision to buy or sell a home is a process that can often be stressful and time-consuming and he works diligently to understand the holistic perspective of his clients to make sure your expectations are exceeded.

Business runs deep in his family roots and Tyler is excited that real estate has brought him back to the Hill Country area that he has always called home. Tyler practices most types of real estate, but his number one specialty is making sure his clients are educated, consistently updated, and completely at ease throughout their entire real estate transaction.

No matter what price-point of property you desire to sell or buy, you will always get the same Million-Dollar, White-Glove service that comes with the Phyllis Browning Company. It is his goal to put more value in your pocket, make the process efficient, and to find your dream property. With roots in the San Antonio area and a vast knowledge of marketing strategies, he is well-equipped and prepared to jump-start your buying or selling experience and will keep it stress-free and exciting!

Tyler’s creative energy extends well beyond his marketing expertise. Tyler is a former professional touring musician and has played fiddle, jazz saxophone, and pedal steel guitar for over 18 years. Tyler enjoyed playing and opening with many country artists including Hunter Hutchinson, Aaron Watson, and Josh Abbott throughout his time at Texas Tech University.

When Tyler isn't selling real estate and making dreams come true, you can often find him flying in the skies, playing on the stage in old Gruene Hall, or riding his horse out on the ranch!