U.K. hybrid brokerage Purplebricks charges consumers a set fee to “instruct to sell” — for us Yanks, that means list a home with an agent. The company has expanded to Australia, and now it’s raising funds to bring its tech-based model to the U.S. in the second half of 2017.
After laying off nearly 375 staffers in March, the company has more than 160 openings. It tells Inman that it's a sign of the returning market
Released Wednesday, the app features a portal-like search option and integrates directly into Keller Williams tech platform for agents
The platform is called WAREhouse and is meant to help agents be more productive and nimble in a changing world
Prospect Square can compile market reports, send emails and newsletters, and is designed to help agents solidify their position as local experts
Mainframe Real Estate CEO Sean Frank says his Orlando-based brokerage's new Automated Back End (ABE) is nimbler than larger national competitors
The next round of platform wars will be won by the companies that nail the end-to-end consumer experience
Platforms offer a chance to streamline slow and costly processes, Keller Williams' Adi Pavlovic said at ICNY
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