Dues-paying Realtors will be able to purchase websites in Sept., while the general public will have to wait until Nov.
by Marian McPherson | May 21
New York Department of State's crackdown on third-party advertising couldn't come sooner
by Brad Inman | May 15
CoreLogic will be the sole reseller of Prospects' CRM desktop and mobile software in the United States
by Marian McPherson | May 10
The transaction management software firm is trying to shore up support from NAR board before it votes to supply continued funding or not
by Andrea V. Brambila | May 2
E-signature platform DocuSign, backed by NAR-tied fund, saw stock climb on first day of trading
by Emma Hinchliffe | Apr 27
Parties say agents and brokers will continue to have access to countywide listing data
by Andrea V. Brambila | Apr 26
Artificial intelligence will create winners and losers in real estate. Which will you be?
by Andrea V. Brambila | Apr 19
Read all five parts of Inman's first-ever guide for real estate leaders on surviving disruption and thriving in the future, based on our industry survey
by Carl Franzen | Mar 23
TotalBrokerage supports multiple forms of real estate business management in a clean user experience and creative solutions
by Craig C. Rowe | Mar 12
Inman's first-ever Real Estate Leadership Survey reveals surprising tech trends that leaders are embracing. Also: ones they aren't and should be.
The real estate software company adds a CRM to its suite of products, but it won't be free for Realtors...
by Emma Hinchliffe | Feb 14
Opinion
The likes of Realogy, Compass and Redfin are all touting agent-centric models and tools. Now the footsoldiers of real estate may finally be getting their due.
by Brad Inman | Feb 1
Most breaches are due to human error, not inadequate security systems, experts say
by Marian McPherson | Jan 30
FCC's vote will impact real estate and all American internet users
by Carl Franzen | Dec 14