Brad's Stories

Opinion
The mercurial Keller Williams founder Gary Keller still operates like a cowboy, running his sprawling global enterprise as he sees fit
Feb 24
Opinion
The real estate industry's tight grip on the consumer, the listing and customer data is loosening as choices for the public continue to grow
Feb 22
Opinion
Zillow delivered tangible value to agents while the legacy industry stood still. Now, Zillow has become the industry's octopus, its tentacles reaching everywhere
Feb 15
Opinion
Many agents lamented online Wednesday that Zillow's acquisition of ShowingTime is about Zillow getting its hands on data. As often happens, this is a misplaced fear
Feb 11
Opinion
Zillow and other innovative companies are attempting to make the trading of homes simple and easy. Somewhat like Robinhood, they are doing so with fewer intermediaries
Feb 5
Opinion
Underneath the soft veneer lies a savvy businessman, an imaginative technologist and a financial whiz — a triumvirate of skills that accounts for his success
Jan 22
Opinion
Compass never spouted ideas about blockchain, iBuying or agent robots. Instead, it touted branding, culture and light tech, but within the box of a 120-year-old business model
Jan 15
Opinion
Keller Williams will amp up its recruitment program, Zillow will acquire Opendoor, and nursing homes will die. These and 18 other predictions for 2021 from Inman's founder
Dec 30