Quicken fined $11M in class-action appraisal lawsuit
The lender says that the law firms involved in the suit are 'predatory' and that it plans to appeal
by Amber Taufen | Jul 25
Case-Shiller: Home prices boom -- but it's not déjà vu
'Housing is not repeating the bubble period of 2000-2006,' says chairman of the Index Committee
by Caroline Feeney | Jul 25
Meet Danielle Hale, realtor.com's new chief economist
The former managing director of housing research at the National Association of Realtors has landed a new gig
by Amber Taufen | Jul 25
Fidelity National Financial buys another real estate CRM
Acquisition part of Fidelity's plan to become 'indispensable' real estate software provider
by Teke Wiggin | Jul 25
How can brokerages save money and stay competitive?
Investing in technology and focusing on company culture can do more to keep you profitable than anything else
by Inman | Jul 25
How many cups of coffee would it take to purchase a home?
Change your habits and change your life
by Cheryl Spangler | Jul 25
Opinion
6 ways 'reality' renovation TV shows can be misleading
Set realistic expectations, and do plenty of research before undertaking a project
by Mike Pulley | Jul 25
How to salvage missed opportunities with Facebook pixel
Ensure that clients don't get distracted and forget about you
by Nate Dadosky | Jul 25
Blood, sweat and maybe a few tears
Personal injury is no big deal as long as the client is happy, right?
by Leigh Brown | Jul 25
QE Award bestowed on 35 brokerages for customer service
Quality Service Certification used its wealth of customer service surveys to find the top companies
by Amber Taufen | Jul 24
Windermere Real Estate names its first COO
'The reality is that we are now a 300-office, 10-state company, and growing,' says Windermere CEO Geoff Wood
by Gill South | Jul 24
This week in tech, funding, M&As and more
Pertinent articles from across the web
by Brendan Wallace | Jul 24
Opinion
Mortgage rates are trying to drop below 4% again
The primary rate-mover has been repositioning by the Fed and the European Central Bank -- but that “other stuff” (politics) is in play, too
by Lou Barnes | Jul 24
Meet the 15 startups selected for Realogy's tech contest
Lead-qualification, bots and VR startups among contestants
by Teke Wiggin | Jul 24
Low inventory squeezes June existing-home sales
Affordable listings are being 'scooped up rapidly,' according to NAR Chief Economist Lawerence Yun
by Marian McPherson | Jul 24