Howard Hanna had sought a preliminary injunction to prevent its former agents from violating noncompete, nonsolicitation and confidentiality agreements
The company pulled in $84.2 million between April and June, nearly all of it from its real estate brokerage services
The federal agency says NAR can't use a 2008 consent decree to shield itself from investigation of its rules
Ryan Huber, a Christian ethicist and former Compass agent experience manager, alleges a supervisor harassed him due to his sex and religion. Compass says the claims are 'meritless'
California Association of Realtors blames lack of supply for 'terrible consequences' on quality of life for potential buyers
Report finds 7 federal agencies, including the US Department of Housing and Urban Development, have failed to protect Americans' personal and financial information
Company provides buyers with information on hundreds of building and neighborhood attributes and helps brokers cultivate and qualify leads
Cyber security and lead generation topped the list of tech tools agents wished their brokerages offered, according to a new National Association of Realtors study