Opinion
Ben Kinney assembled a number of technology acquistions into what is now called Brivity, a business lifecycle platform for teams that's heavy on follow-up and lead nurture. But is it the category's clear winner?
by Craig C. Rowe | Sep 27
Keith Pike, a broker-owner at RE/MAX Elite who's ranked the No. 1 recruiter in the US, said onstage that automation and systems have kept him on top
by Inman | Aug 13
RAIYA can communicate with consumers via text message
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 25
Technology is pushing into areas that have long relied on paperwork and personal relationships, driven by consumers who are very comfortable with the web
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 1
Can smoothly automated showings pave the way for higher prices? A recent visit to Scottsdale, Arizona, led me to believe that it’s plausible
by Teke Wiggin | May 22
The company's indoor, connected smart bulbs have been a hit. Now it's taking things outdoors.
by Veronika Bondarenko | Mar 13
MIT wants its AutoSaw to give people without carpentry skills the ability to make wares that fit their house or apartment. It can even build a full shed.
by Veronika Bondarenko | Mar 7
What real estate agents nationwide are doing to prepare for busy times
by Joshua Jarvis | Feb 14
New automation-based software helps agents nurture leads and maintain interaction from contact to contract
by Craig C. Rowe | Jan 10
Silicon Valley-based property management company aims to shrink vacancy periods with tech-assisted tours
by Craig C. Rowe | Dec 13
Clever and creative, RAIA is the virtual marketing assistant you didn't know you needed
by Craig C. Rowe | Jul 28
Agents can swiftly launch geo-targeted Open House Facebook ad campaigns without ever logging into the social media giant