The next round of platform wars will be won by the companies that nail the end-to-end consumer experience
Keller Williams President Josh Team and Compass CEO Robert Reffkin are inspired by one of their biggest rivals
Even as agent count drops, sales volume and transactions are up as more agents are adopting in-house tech
KW will launch its consumer-facing app in Q2 with an eye toward making its agents the 'Netflix of real estate'
The platform is bigger and more comprehensive than any rival, according to KW, and has been designed to save agents time and money
AI assistants are getting smarter and smarter, but experts say agents should think of them as tools or even employees rather than threats
KW's successful AI app Kelle was made with input from agents around the country, executives revealed at Inman Connect New York 2019
Companies are building platforms to stay relevant in the digital age. But can they succeed?
The co-founder is taking back the reins of his namesake company after more than 20 years
Despite bad lead software and the overhype of Blockchain in real estate, the state of proptech remains good
Discount and tech-first real estate brokerages grew while legacy brands tried to keep up with the disruption
Number of agents using Kelle doubled between July and September while sales transactions rose to $93.5 billion
As the housing market's scales begin to tip in favor of the buyer, how can agents ensure continual success?
The addition brings more information to the local market snapshot feature
Keller Williams Chief Product Officer Neil Dholakia says the new partnership with AI company CognitiveScale will help his team develop products quicker and more efficiently