McMansion Hell blogger explains the sadness of living large
The humorous blogger joined a panel in New York City to discuss the "architecture of consumption," and what our living s...
by Brad Farberman | Oct 12
How does Zillow stack up to its global peers?
A comparison of top portals around the world
by Mike DelPrete | Oct 4
Eliot Spitzer vs. the sea
420 Kent Ave. is right on the waterline, which makes for great views ... and higher risks
by Carl Franzen | Oct 2
Will Trump’s tax proposal help or hurt your bottom line?
The only definitive thing we can say is, 'it depends'
by Aaron Lesher | Sep 29
Trump tax reform offers mixed bag for real estate
Some good news and some bad, depending on the size of your biz.
by Brad Inman | Sep 27
Home sales aren't 'collapsing': July markets in perspective
The housing market is right where we thought it was: doing the best it can without inventory to sell
by Lou Barnes | Aug 25
Welcome to Wall Street's housing market
Investors will eat agent commissions and begin to control housing stock
by Teke Wiggin | Jun 9
Is Zillow killing the goose that lays the golden eggs?
It may seem so ... until you take a closer look
by Mike DelPrete | Jun 6
Brad Inman: Meet me in the Golden City?
Leave on Friday ready, eager and excited to face a new world
by Brad Inman | May 26
Everything you need to know about Zillow Instant Offers
The news, reactions, analyses and industry opinions -- all in one place
by Caroline Feeney | May 26
What's going on with the overleveraged homeowner?
Being 'house poor' is becoming the norm in many cities
by Steve Cook | May 23
Agent vs. brokerage: Which matters more to consumers?
Comfort, convenience and expertise drive client decisions
by John Sims | May 23
11 burning questions about Zillow Instant Offers
What Zillow's new test program for homesellers means for real estate agents and brokers
by Brad Inman | May 22
Upstream project pivots, shifts strategy
The initiative's original plan proved too ambitious
by Brad Inman | May 16