DOJ wants information on MLS searches based on the commission offered to buyer's agents
'It's sort of a free-for-all,' one speaker said at Tuesday's Council of Multiple Listing Services event in Washington, DC. 'We have people coming in and looting in the industry.'
The 10-year-old settlement between the Justice Department and the National Association of Realtors is no more. Are online listings at risk?
The real estate giant balked at Upstream's 'unreasonable restrictions' on listing data and CAR's 'refusal to negotiate'
Real estate trade group condemns tech giant for the same practices its member agents and brokers engage in
The final date to submit comments on the industry's competitiveness to the US Department of Justice and Federal Trade Commission is Tuesday
Daniel Castro of the Information Technology & Innovation Foundation and Scott Petronis of eXp Realty hashed out what open data means in real estate last week at ICSF
DOJ alleges in lawsuit that Randy Hames subjected female tenants to sexual harassment and violated the Fair Housing Act
ACLU says move signals there 'is a war being waged on civil liberties'
MLSs also request FTC and DOJ not use them to publicize commission rates
Real estate disruptors are just beginning to rewrite the industry’s constitution in a way that the real estate business has not faced before. Long-standing protocols are threatened, fundamentally altering the industry
Panels covered listing data tech, brokerage business models and government regulations
Thoughts on 'off-market' listings differ across the industry, but what will the DOJ say about them?
Antitrust attorney David Kully and open data advocate Daniel Castro share insights into DOJ and FTC's upcoming examination of real estate competition