Technology is turning open houses into data generators and eliminating the need to visit property in the first place. Meanwhile agents are staging bigger and bigger events
by Jim Dalrymple II | Nov 15
Opinion
To fulfill their strategies and build a viable business that makes money, iBuyers will need to operate walled gardens
by Mike DelPrete | Nov 12
California is a patchwork of regulations when it comes to short-term rentals, but real estate professionals on the front lines are already seeing impacts in the market
by Jim Dalrymple II | Nov 12
On the 100th anniversary of the open house, a growing number of agents are debating their relevance. Others are simply walking away from the time-honored practice
by Jim Dalrymple II | Nov 11
The real estate tech giant's homebuying and selling platform is officially live in its 21st market
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 21
Climate change is making everything from flooding to wildfires to algae blooms worse. But real estate in affected communities isn't slowing — yet
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 8
The new service pairs sellers using NRT's Coldwell Banker agents with consultants and project managers from home repair portal HomeAdvisor
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 18
Fidelity's attempt to buy Stewart Information Services fell apart after the Federal Trade Commission said it would oppose the deal
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 10
Tiffany McQuaid's company operates out of Naples, Florida, but is actively working to extend its reach up the East Coast
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 6
Real estate professionals across Florida were checking on clients Friday as a potentially disastrous storm inched toward their state
by Jim Dalrymple II | Aug 30
A newly amended lawsuit alleges Douglas Elliman's Florida operation failed to supervise its agents, one of whom is accused of committing acts of forgery and fraud
by Patrick Kearns | Aug 21
Vacation rental firm Vacasa named Sevierville, Tennessee, the number one place in the U.S. for vacation rentals this year
by Jim Dalrymple II | Aug 20
From fires in California to flooding along the Atlantic, homeowners are going to have to brace themselves for higher bills as climate change leads to extreme disasters
by Jim Dalrymple II | Aug 7
Despite a constant influx of travelers, only 17% of real estate agents in the Orlando market have ever sold a vacation rental, according to Erica Muller, CEO of Vrolio
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jul 25
These markets are far from your traditional year-round homes in the suburbs and it could lead to months of inactivity if you don't know how to navigate the ups and downs.
by Patrick Kearns | Jul 22