Opinion

U.K. hybrid brokerage Purplebricks charges consumers a set fee to “instruct to sell” — for us Yanks, that means list a home with an agent. The company has expanded to Australia, and now it’s raising funds to bring its tech-based model to the U.S. in the second half of 2017.

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by Robert McTague | Nov 16
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by Amy Tankersley | Jul 2
Separate 'general community' from 'real estate specific'
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by Inman | Apr 28