The average buyer broker commission rate iBuyers paid when they resold a home fell to 2.5% in 2020 from 2.8% in 2019, according to a new analysis by Redfin
by Andrea V. Brambila Feb 25
Bridge programs have lower service fees and alleviate seller worries about buying in an inventory-starved market, according to a new report from real estate tech firm Zavvie
by Andrea V. Brambila Feb 25
In Atlanta, iBuyers paid buyer's agents 3% in 2019. In the fourth quarter of 2020, that dropped to 2.5%
by Patrick Kearns Feb 24
To kick off Connect Now, Brad Inman invited Coldwell Banker agents Steve and Heather Ostrom to discuss the 'mega trends' of today and find out why they've stuck with their brokerage
by Lillian Dickerson Feb 18
The company is expanding the footprint of its direct-to-consumer homebuying platform in California and North Carolina
by Patrick Kearns Feb 18
In a Facebook post on Friday, Glenn Sanford estimated that consumers are paying, on average, 11.4% in commissions when they sell to Zillow
by Patrick Kearns Feb 12
The newly public company revealed in US Securities and Exchange Commission filings Tuesday that it expects to report $2.58B in revenue in 2020, down from the $4.7B in 2019
by Patrick Kearns Feb 3
Opinion
Basing your price on comparable sales is usually a solid strategy. But what happens when you try to sell your own house in a red-hot seller's market with a broad range of comps? Here's one real estate pro's experience
by Bernice Ross Jan 13
Bidding wars, record mortgage rates and lots of Keller Williams news dominated the conversation, and Inman's headlines, in 2020
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 23
Following the official merger with Social Capital Hedosophia Holdings Corp. II, the well-funded iBuyer begins publicly trading as OPEN on the Nasdaq exchange Monday
by Patrick Kearns Dec 21
Beginning this week, the joint home sale guarantee platform is live in Orlando, Sarasota, Fort Meyers, Sacramento and Chicago
by Patrick Kearns Dec 18
COVID-19 may have led to increased tech acceleration, but technology was already reshaping the industry even before the pandemic struck
by Patrick Kearns Dec 18
The real estate landscape has shifted over the years. Today, independent brokerages need to have a clear view of those changes and use their strengths to pivot and meet them. Here's how they can thrive in 2021
by Andrew Bearden Dec 16
The company is expanding its iBuying, in-person and virtual touring and financing services across multiple US markets, according to an Opendoor blog post Thursday
by Lillian Dickerson Dec 10
Announced Wednesday, the Denver and Nashville launches mark the first new markets for the company since it expanded into Birmingham, Alabama, in early 2020
by Patrick Kearns Dec 9