AOL blocks Keller Williams email addresses
The franchisor is 'on top of the situation,' says spokesman
New down payment option could boost homeownership
This is the first time a 'shared-equity' program with no interest payments has been approved by a federal mortgage agency
Does a brokerage really need a brick-and-mortar location?
Although no brokerage can be fully virtual in 2016, you should start getting ready to compete
‘Mortgage industry-grade’ website for consumers goes live
Homeownering.com offers mortgage management and homeownership tools to consumers
Should agents use 'transparent bidding'?
How the process works and the arguments for and against its use
Realtor.com reportedly valued at $2.5 billion
A News Corp. spokeswoman told Inman that Morgan Stanley released the estimate in an August report
What consumers are looking for in smart homes
New research from NAR shows that consumers are interested, but most don't ask
Video-centric agent captivates luxury and first-time buyers
Ivan Estrada is staying a step ahead as a busy Douglas Elliman agent in Beverly Hills
3 tech movers and shakers making waves this week
What's new, improved and growing in this space as we speak?
Realtor.com operator sells TigerLeads
Deal comes after Commissions Inc. was reportedly bought for about $250M
What Opendoor's Uber-like war chest means for real estate
10 ways the startup could change the game for agents and brokers
How tech is putting a new spin on fix-and-flip financing
No more long-term waiting
Podcast: The magnificent 7 tech trends to watch in 2017
President of WAV Group Kevin Hawkins talks technology
HAR will offer dotloop to its 34,000 members
Realtor association's deal includes custom branding on client-facing documents
Human satisfaction: Can a bot fake it?
If consumers know (or don't know) that they're talking to a bot, how does that shape behavior?