Opinion
With no iBuyer strategy, yet many options, realtor.com is falling further behind in delivering value to both consumers and agents. Here’s why
by Mike DelPrete | Aug 15
SparkTank Media CEO Jeff Lobb lays out the similarities and difference between the national brokerages laden with tips on finding the right model for you
by Jeff Lobb | Aug 12
In Chicago and New York City, renters with lower median rents were most likely to file rodent complaints
by Marian McPherson | Aug 5
Opinion
In the time since Donald Trump's tariff announcement Thursday, low-fee mortgages have fallen below 4%
by Lou Barnes | Aug 5
In the wake of Amazon's HQ2 announcement, agents say that some sellers in Virginia are waiting to list their properties while buyers at the lower end of the spectrum are having trouble competing for homes
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 30
The payments are a response to the largest-ever data hack of its kind, which was discovered in 2017 and impacted nearly 150M consumers
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 22
New US Census data shows that homes in homeowner's associations are taking up a larger share of new construction and new sales than ever before
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 19
Company CEO calls Zillow 'monopolistic' and Google 'diabolical' in their approaches to controlling data and competing against their own customers. His company helps agents make smarter investments in online advertising
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 19
Lead Accelerator will use Equifax's proprietary data to help agents prioritize the leads most likely to result in sales
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 18
Opinion
The tech-driven brokerage needs to be more than that to justify its valuation — a real estate platform perhaps? Here’s why I think that’s the ultimate goal
by Mike DelPrete | Jul 3
The update relies on AI neural networks that can judge things like finishes and curb appeal
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 26
The community social network is launching Your Home, a new section that provides consumers with insights about their property and connections to local real estate agents
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 25
The Peter Thiel-backed startup plans to use the new capital to continue growing its team of nearly 400 employees
by Patrick Kearns | Jun 24
Homeowners are clinging to low mortgage rates and increasingly aging in place, which means fewer people are selling and moving, and fewer homes are hitting the market
by Teke Wiggin | Jun 21
Opinion
Explosive growth is on the horizon for the brokerage — or group of brokerages — that cracks the market-share code first
by Andrew Flachner | Jun 17
The data analytics company applies AI to your CRM to re-qualify old leads, and it uses a national team of personal assistants to convert them
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 4