TikTok has become a creative marketing outlet for scores of real estate professionals. Now it's facing increased pressure from the Trump administration
Continuing to grow throughout the pandemic, online moving concierge company offers fully white-labeled relocation platform for real estate industry
What are the most important trends to watch? How can agents make sure they thrive in this new normal? What are some noteworthy apps to consider? These distinguished female real estate leaders share their best tips
Starting with one real estate agent user, the location-marking video app has ballooned to 2,000 in as many months.
The result of a chinwag between First American and Boston Consulting Group's Digital Ventures, the app keeps every party in check with the closing process in a hybrid tech-team solution. It offers terrific promise for the future of e-closings
Robert Reffkin mentioned at Inman Connect Now that only 20% of agents use a CRM in a meaningful way. From lack of time to feature bloat, adoption is a challenge, but one new work habit each day can help
A proptech entrepreneur who sold his previous company to RealPage has launched an app that pays agents to show apartments on behalf of busy property managers
Brokerages are rushing to arm agents with the latest tools and to get closer to the consumer. But what happens to the data when you leave? Be mindful of who owns your consumer data and leads.
Kleard Pro will now be a member benefit to the country's largest association, serving 52,000 agents
This 4-star rated app is centered on existing networks rather than fresh leads. The new feature called Personal Network Efficiency lets agents know how much money they are winning (and losing) in their database
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Kribbz is a real estate marketplace where investors can offer cash and a fast close to unrepresented homesellers seeking an alternative to brokerages — like an iBuyer.
2018 winner of Realogy's FWD Innovation Summit announced a feature to compare iBuyer deals to the open market. But Homebot's mission remains agent-focused
The app partners with hotels in Miami, Hollywood, New York as well as various tourist hotspots in the Caribbean