Disruption is radically changing the homebuying process, according to Utah MLS leader Brad Bjelke. Other leaders around the country now have to decide how they're going to respond
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 18
Opinion
You don't have to turn into Mark Zuckerberg, but you do need to understand the significance of broad tech developments in to survive
by Joe Chen | Sep 26
Opinion
Stop the 'woe-is-me' and fearing you’ll be replaced. Go forth and guide your clients through the process of buying and selling homes
by Jay Thompson | Aug 7
Ryan Schneider doesn't believe that, in an industry where agents are free to go wherever, offering big signing bonuses is best for his company
by Patrick Kearns | May 31
Opinion
Commission has always been negotiable, regardless of the new tech on the block. New business models are just creating smarter consumers, not displacing agents
by Teresa Boardman | May 31
Opinion
Innovation and creativity must remain the focus of anyone in a leadership position who can influence the mandate of organized real estate across the country
by Trevor Koot | Apr 10
Howard 'Hoby' Hanna said today's 'disruptive' companies are really just putting a 'shiny package' on old ideas
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jan 29
The fear of being disrupted is real, but these leaders are taking a proactive approach
by Lew Sichelman | Oct 26
Opinion
The future of the industry and the reputation of agents depend on hyperlocal experts who put the consumer first
by Tyler Ross | Mar 30
Opinion
Resistance to change and protectionist thinking will be the recipe for disintermediation
by Alex Perriello | Mar 21
Opinion
All the technology in the world won't provide us with more homes to sell
by Teresa Boardman | Mar 8
8 key takeaways from the National Multifamily Housing Council’s disruption report
Contactually’s CEO Zvi Band shares some thoughts and fears on the future of real estate leadership
by Matthew Shadbolt | Feb 26
Opinion
We need to embrace change and look for our own avenues to be a part of that change
by Kenneth Jenny | Jun 30