After raising $50M in Series B funding round, 'Power buyer' looking to expand from 11 to 19 states in 2022
by Matt Carter Jan 11
Homebuyers represented by partner agents will still pay closing costs, and could be on the hook for 1% convenience fee, Flyhomes executives confirmed with Inman
by Matt Carter Jan 5
The rise of Power Buying, regulatory battles, Fed tapering and big acquisitions rattled lending decisions and homebuyer game plans during a momentous year for the mortgage industry
by Matt Carter Dec 29
The innovation wave has hit the buy-side, with Power Buyers emerging as this year's buzziest business model. Here's everything you need to know to power up your clients' purchasing prowess
by Marian McPherson Nov 29
Program is now available to real estate brokerages and their agents in 7 states through Flyhomes for Agents
by Matt Carter Nov 18
Rascoff: iBuying will survive without Zillow, but companies that 'take the friction out of transactions' need a new name for their services
by Matt Carter Nov 16
At Inman Connect Las Vegas, Knock revealed a new slogan, 'In agents we trust'
by Craig C. Rowe Nov 4
Technology themes at Connect were dominated by a new wave of mortgage providers changing the way buyers enter homebuying, brokers' mixed agreement on how to deliver technology to agents and how iBuying is opening new ways to advise clients
by Craig C. Rowe Nov 2
In case they're not getting the message, Knock's booth at Inman Connect Las Vegas sported a banner that read, 'In Agents We Trust'
by Matt Carter Oct 29
Real estate agents attending Inman Connect Las Vegas got tips on partnering with lenders and alternative financing providers to land more clients and overcome obstacles
by Matt Carter Oct 28
The real estate brokerage and mortgage broker announced its launch into Riverside, Sacramento, and Stockton and the hiring of its first chief revenue officer, Kayti Sullivan
by Libertina Brandt Oct 8
Program launches as Better moves to finalize its bid to become a public company
by Matt Carter Oct 5
Real estate tech and service companies head to Las Vegas for a return to in person events
by Rachel Mastandrea Sep 30
In addition to the new Texas markets, the company operates in Seattle, Boston, Portland, the Bay Area and Southern California
by Libertina Brandt Sep 22