Washington was the first U.S. state that saw a confirmed case of the coronavirus. A month and a half later the real estate industry soldiers on amid the chaos
by Jim Dalrymple II | Apr 8
Two weeks ago, coronavirus addendums were a niche thing. Now, they're pretty much everywhere
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 23
Canceling open houses, making showings voluntary and offering online training are some of the steps MLSs are taking. More drastic steps may be on the horizon
by Andrea V. Brambila | Mar 19
The Washington-based multiple listing service has disabled the open house feature in its tech platform, meaning agents won't be able to input, search or view open houses
by Jim Dalrymple II | Mar 17
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 radical move, high-tech brokerage plans to begin publishing data for all Seattle listings in early October
by Teke Wiggin | Sep 6
The move represents a sharp break from 600 or so other MLSs nationwide, some of whom have threatened to cut off brokerages who have tried to publicly display commissions
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jul 23
A flirtation by the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors to end syndication to Zillow and ListHub is nothing new — but the latest move proves the debate is far from settled
by Patrick Kearns | Dec 3
Company wins approval to subpoena CAR, Northwest MLS, Instanet Solutions, Google
by Andrea V. Brambila | Sep 5
Kirkland, Wash.-based MLS has more than 21,000 subscribers
by Inman | Jul 10
Site's algorithm now considers customer satisfaction
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jan 17
Why some MLSs didn't buy into 'cash for listings' plan
by Tom Kelly | Feb 10