Paul hagey is an award-winning writer and journalist
HageyMedia founder Paul Hagey has a decade of digital media experience. He most recently worked as a full-time journalist for the residential real estate news publication Inman, where he wrote hundreds of industry stories for an audience of brokers, agents, technologists and insiders. He won three national journalism awards from the National Association of Real Estate Editors during his time at Inman:
Gold Medal, Best Series (2014): For stories on realtor.com's controversial consumer-agent matching service, AgentMatch.
Gold Medal, Best Real Estate Feature (2013): For an in-depth, data-rich story analyzing the pros and cons of brokerages pulling their listings from national search portals Zillow, Trulia and realtor.com.
Honorable Mention (2014): For 2013 story on a dispute between the California Association of Realtors and digital transaction management software provider dotloop.
In his 10-year media career, he's covered surfing in Texas for Texas Monthly, a 1,000-year forest ecosystem project in Missouri, the madness that is Berkeley, California, politics and the ins and outs of real estate technology.
Paul holds an advanced degree from the University of Missouri Graduate School of Journalism.