Gary Gold and Mauricio Umansky expressed skepticism Wednesday about multiple listing service policies that would ban pocket and off-market listings
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 17
The policy requires agents to put any listing they're advertising into the MLS and comes at a time of growing concern over off-market listings
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 16
A typical family possessed 160% of the estimated income required to buy a home in August, according to NAR
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 11
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
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
In a new filing Monday, DOJ claims the National Association of Realtors is 'inaccurately portraying' a 2008 consent decree in its defense in buy-side commission lawsuit
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 1
The new policy is a response to limited-exposure and 'coming soon' marketing practices and would require agents to share exclusive listings with MLS members
by Jim Dalrymple II | Oct 1
The outlook: A mixed bag
by Lou Barnes | Sep 27
Opinion
You don't have to turn into Mark Zuckerberg, but you do need to understand the significance of broad tech developments in to survive
by Joe Chen | Sep 26
The senator's proposed anti-home-flipping and vacant-home taxes could strain the likes of Opendoor, Offerpad and Zillow Offers. NAR, meanwhile, disapproves of its rental regulations
by Teke Wiggin | Sep 25
'Why don't you help us,' Frank Garay pleas of the National Association of Realtors in a YouTube video posted Tuesday
by Jim Dalrymple II | Sep 25
The report compares key metrics between 28 franchises. Keller Williams boasts the most agents, but more agents joined Berkshire Hathaway over the past 2 years
by Lew Sichelman | Sep 24
Existing-home sales inched up 2.6% year-over-year in August, according to data released Thursday
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 19
The Consumer Finance Protection Bureau signaled an interest in ending a temporary exemption that allows government-backed loans to exceed 43 percent debt-to-income ratio
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 17