John Stemmelin says he invested tens of thousands of dollars trying to build a 3D scanning business, but Matterport's promised leads never materialized
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 29
Separate from a wide-ranging lawsuit filed in New York, Realogy's lawsuit against Compass and a former employee over a non-compete clause was dismissed with prejudice last week
by Patrick Kearns Jun 16
Judge Barry Ostrager denied Compass' motion to dismiss the complaint and attempt to compel the two sides into arbitration concerning certain claims in the lawsuit
by Patrick Kearns Jun 8
Valerie Mnuchin claims her penthouse's potential buyers exploited the COVID-19 crisis to try and renegotiate the sale contract, which resulted in the co-op board rejecting the deal
by Lillian Dickerson May 26
David Eraker claims Redfin has stolen his intellectual property and cost him millions of dollars in the process
by Jim Dalrymple II May 12
The lawsuit, which demands trial by jury, claims Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's COVID-19 lockdown orders are overreaching and unconstitutional
by Patrick Kearns Apr 29
Engel & Völkers Austin sued Independence Title and homeseller Robert Turner, but the court dismissed the case against Independence. Turner is countersuing, alleging breach of fiduciary duty. The case is set for trial on May 4
by Andrea V. Brambila Mar 4
Twenty-one artists will be awarded $6.75M nearly 7 years after suing developer Gerald Wolkoff for whitewashing their work at graffiti art mecca 5Pointz
by Lillian Dickerson Feb 21
Atlanta agent Jere Metcalf is returning to Sotheby's after leaving for Compass in 2018. Meanwhile, Washington, D.C., agent Marc Fleisher is leaving Sotheby's for Compass
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 18
Filed in the Southern District of New York, the federal lawsuit claims that Premier Agent encourages dual agency and violates a New York State antitrust law
by Patrick Kearns Dec 19
Lisa and Marc Primeau are suing HomeSmart, Keller Williams and a pair of Orange County, California, brokers after the woman says she fell on an uneven patio
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 22
Three cases could impact the real estate industry by whittling away LGBT Americans' financial stability
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 8
The statement mirrors the one the agency filed last week in a similar lawsuit, indicating a wider probe into buyer's broker commissions
by Patrick Kearns Oct 8
The 3D imaging company's business staffers will likely be 'looking for new opportunities,' its CEO said, while software engineers are going to work for Occipital in Moscow
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 2
Opinion
Requiring buyers to pay for their agent’s commission would force them onto the horns of dilemma. There's a better way
by Russ Cofano Oct 2