• The company reported $1.66 billion in revenue for Q2, a modest 1-percent increase over Q2 last year.
  • Despite those positive results, NRT struggled, posting a 3-percent drop in transaction volume and a 2-percent drop in average sales price compared to the second quarter of last year.

Despite the soft real estate market, Realogy Holdings posted an uptick in sales and revenue in the second quarter, but the poor performance of its NRT LLC division rained on its parade, the company said in its Q2 earnings call today.

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