Compass versus Realogy. Keller Williams versus eXp. REX versus everyone. The real estate industry is full of big names and big feuds, and Inman's unpacking all of them
by Jim Dalrymple II May 21
The Consumer Federation of America and the Oregon State Public Interest Research Group argue that prohibiting rebates to buyers and sellers stifles commission competition and harms consumers
by Andrea V. Brambila Mar 16
The acquisition of TurnKey Vacation Rentals will add more than 6,000 units to Vacasa's already large portfolio of travel-oriented lodging
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 11
ShowingTime has dominated the showing management world for years, but after a recent acquisition, a handful of other players are crowding into the same space
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 22
Insurance remains a challenge for many agents, many of whom have independent contractor status. But there are more and more options out there
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 1
Taking Ownership PDX has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars, which it is using to help Black homeowners do maintenance and stay in their houses
by Jim Dalrymple II Jan 5
The brokerage is suing Oregon officials, including Gov. Kate Brown, for 'antitrust' practices, alleging a law that bans brokerages from providing rebates harms consumers
by Patrick Kearns Dec 2
According to Redfin's latest study, homebuyers are choosing affordable areas with higher wildfire risk as demand and home prices heat up in low-risk areas
by Marian McPherson Oct 19
John L. Scott Real Estate, a brokerage with over 110 offices and 3,000 brokers across 4 states, has teamed with end-to-end iBuyer platform zavvie to create Instant Purchase Plus+
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 16
Not everyone starts a career in real estate with a network of well-heeled clients. But luckily, it's still possible to work in luxury even if you're starting from scratch
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 2
Inman collected the latest licensing data from states across the US and found that, despite dire early predictions, there hasn't been an exodus out of the industry. In fact, after a dip early in the pandemic, some states are seeing an increase in new applications
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 27
Brown Harris Stevens CEO Bess Freedman called for compromise in the face of an impending wave of evictions as CARES Act benefits are set to expire at the end of July
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 21
Markets on the East Coast and in Northern Illinois were most vulnerable to the effects of the coronavirus pandemic during the second quarter, according to Attom Data Solutions
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 10
More than a dozen agents who spoke with Inman said that inventory shortages and masks will probably be around for some time. But they're also seeing an active market in which offers are pouring in
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 26
Leaders of both large and small firms envision an active summer selling season. Low inventory and a potential return of the coronavirus, however, remain points of concern
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 24