NAR commissioned the report for the trade group's Strategic Thinking Advisory Committee. Among the top 10 dangers noted were 'commissions spiral downward'
In a new filing Monday, DOJ claims the National Association of Realtors is 'inaccurately portraying' a 2008 consent decree in its defense in buy-side commission lawsuit
Three more plaintiffs added to lawsuit involving the sharing of commissions between listing and buyer brokers
The major class-action lawsuit against NAR, Realogy, KW, RE/MAX, HomeServices of America and more has been amended to include new plaintiffs and new, more detailed accusations
The MLS tech vendor's chief legal counsel Arnold Pinkston has taken a new job in the healthcare manufacturing industry, where he previously worked
The Department of Justice is reportedly demanding CoreLogic and other MLS vendors hand over information related to buyer broker commissions
The trade group has quietly denounced the suits' claims in an FAQ to its approximately 1,100 Realtor associations
The suit is nearly identical to 'bombshell' claim filed by 6 law firms on behalf of homeseller Christopher Moehrl
Benjamin Brown, a partner at Cohen Milstein and co-chair of the firm's antitrust practice group, is a lawyer whose name the real estate industry may come to know well
The complaint alleges Zillow entered into agreements with Sotheby’s, Coldwell Banker, Century 21, Corcoran and Weichert Realty to conceal Zestimates on their listings
If a significant portion of first-time homebuyers choose to delay their purchase to accumulate extra cash to pay for their agent, sales would slow, but there's another way
More on why those powerhouse attorneys might not be as dangerous as we think
Powerhouse class action attorneys aren't real estate savvy — and that's the Achilles heel of this not-so-strong suit
The suit alleges NAR, Realogy, HomeServices of America, RE/MAX and Keller Williams violate the Sherman Antitrust Act by requiring 'buyer broker compensation'
The final date to submit comments on the industry's competitiveness to the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission is Tuesday