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Gen Z teens bullish on homeownership

Gen Z teens bullish on homeownership

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The 13- to 17-year-olds of “Generation Z” believe homeownership is a more vital component of the American dream than graduating from college, getting married or having children. That’s according to an online survey of 1,000 teens...
Re/Max open for business in Beijing

Re/Max open for business in Beijing

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The first Re/Max office in China, Re/Max Eternity, is open for business in Beijing’s Chaoyang business district. Re/Max Eternity broker-owner Xianqiu Kong plans to open two more offices in Beijing in the next three years and is excited about co...
CoreLogic's Matrix now serving more than 300,000

CoreLogic's Matrix now serving more than 300,000

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A Canadian real estate trade group is the latest to sign up for CoreLogic’s Matrix multiple listing service platform, adding to the more than 300,000 real estate professionals using the platform. The 5,200-member Calgary Real Estate Board has s...
ZipRealty giveth leads to Warren Buffett, Realogy-owned ZipRealty taketh away

ZipRealty giveth leads to Warren Buffett, Realogy-owned ZipRealty taketh away

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Starting next month, leads generated by ZipRealty’s “Powered by Zip” referral network in the Tucson, Arizona, market will go to a Realogy-owned brokerage, Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Arizona, instead of Long Realty, one...
Shift your value proposition to land more real estate clients

Shift your value proposition to land more real estate clients

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Real estate technology has come a long way in recent years allowing the consumer more control over the homebuying and selling process. The entire real estate search process has been democratized, leading consumers to ask the question, “Why do I nee...
The most popular real estate apps aren’t even real estate apps. Should we worry?

The most popular real estate apps aren’t even real estate apps. Should we worry?

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I often ask real estate agents what their three most important real estate websites or apps are, and I get a surprising mix of answers. Namely, most of them aren’t even real estate apps. Somehow, Gmail, Dropbox, Evernote, Twitter, Facebook, ......
Coming soon to a theater near you: 'Pocket Listing'

Coming soon to a theater near you: 'Pocket Listing'

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Real estate brokers and agents may have a hard time suspending their disbelief for a satirical thriller soon to hit theaters depicting a "disgraced Los Angeles property broker" (James Jurdi) who's hired by a "mysterious power player" played by Rob Lo...
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"Evernote, for all its success in real estate and many other verticals, does very little."
Jonathan Aizen The most popular real estate apps aren’t even real estate apps

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