‘Twas the Night Before Christmas at FoxyAI

Dec 14, 2023

By Jane E. Hood, Head of Marketing (and Open AI’s Chat-GPT)

This year we thought it would be fun to use AI in our Holiday rendition of the classic poem by Clement Moore. While doing a bit of research on the origins of the poem, we discovered its interesting history which we have shared below along with our twist on ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas.

‘Twas the Night Before Christmas at FoxyAI

‘Twas in the world of real estate, where FoxyAI took flight,
A beacon of innovation, shining ever so bright.
With expertise in AI, their mission was clear,
To redefine the industry, year after year.

In a realm where off-the-shelf solutions often fall short,
FoxyAI-GPT arrived as a powerful cohort.
Search without limits, no more rigid designations,
Unleash your imagination, explore real estate’s foundations.

Finding similar properties, a breeze so fine,
Just upload an image, let FoxyAI-GPT shine.
Stay ahead of trends, in this ever-changing game,
Tailor your strategies, and achieve acclaim.

Planning renovations? It’s got that too,
Visualize changes, and property value grew.
A GPT model, both textual and visual in grace,
FoxyAI-GPT enhances your real estate chase.

Vin Vomero, the CEO, with vision so clear,
Said, “Empower professionals, that’s why we’re here.”
FoxyAI-GPT, their commitment’s embodiment,
Making real estate insights the industry’s new entitlement.

In the realm of real estate, where details hold sway,
FoxyAI stands tall, lighting the way.
Explore the future of real estate tech, don’t wait,
Visit their website, open the gate.

Founded in 2018, their journey’s just begun,
Leading proptech, second to none.
In the world of property, where data takes flight,
Trust in FoxyAI, for they bring clarity to sight.

So, as you navigate the real estate sea,
Remember FoxyAI, where innovation runs free.
In this “Twas the Night” tale, their story’s ablaze,
FoxyAI, the guide through real estate’s complex maze.

Historical Context

The poem, originally titled A Visit or A Visit From St. Nicholas, was first published anonymously on Dec. 23, 1823, in a Troy, New York newspaper called The Sentinel.

It wasn’t until 1837 that Clement Clarke Moore accepted credit for writing A Visit. He reportedly wanted to keep his authorship secret initially because he was a professor and the piece wasn’t considered a scholarly work at the time of its initial writing. Moore is said to have based his vision of Santa Claus on both St. Nicholas and a local Dutch handyman where he lived in New York. Legend has it that the handyman operated the sleigh that took Moore home.

Four handwritten copies of A Visit are known to exist, with three in museums and one purchased at auction by an anonymous media mogul for $280,000 in 2006.

Moore is largely credited with creating the modern-day image of both Santa Claus as well as the domesticity associated with being home for the holidays, especially on Christmas Eve.

Happy Holidays!
From everyone here at FoxyAI