Sarah Richardson chats with Inman about staying competitive, choosing from a wide array of tech vendors and the importance of building a strong agent culture
The latest real estate scam involves fraudsters impersonating popular real estate agents online and then asking their colleagues to purchase gift cards
The Consumer Electronics Show took place in Las Vegas last week. To no one's surprise, the market for connected devices and smart home appliances only got bigger. And Procter & Gamble rolled out a robot that delivers toilet paper.
The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's real estate news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.
Qualia for Enterprise includes a variety of new tools that title companies can use to provide more streamlined closing experiences
Fans can watch the 1974 cult horror classic in the home where it was filmed
Technology is transforming every industry including ours. We need to stay sharp to survive
Brandon Doyle and Colton Pratt scoured the Consumer Electronics Show to uncover the best, most exciting products coming down the pike
The new partnership will give thousands of title agents and escrow officers access to Notarize's online and hybrid closings
Kleard Pro will now be a member benefit to the country's largest association, serving 52,000 agents
The vacation rental giant has promoted Jeff Flitton to CTO, saying he will now work on machine learning projects among other things
As inventory tightens, many are hoping that homebuilders will offset steep competition for properties
Purplebricks’ H1 2020 financial results highlight a business whose growth has clearly plateaued and reached maturity in the UK, putting a ceiling on its future growth prospects