In exchange for a $10K fee, ZeroDown will buy a home on behalf of a renter
Homeshoppers who sign into a Kleard open house without an agent will be automatically targeted by Adwerx's 'Sphere' advertising program
First reviewed 4 years ago, OutboundEngine has released a new feature that automates multiple types of social media advertising campaigns
Smartly packaged from an assemblage of established technologies, Elevate is designed to nurture leads and manage business. It's among tough competition, but can it hold its own?
Initially reviewed more than 4 years ago, affordable website provider for agents, teams and brokers has added new templates, increased speed of MLS data feed and connected with Google Suite
Ben Kinney assembled a number of technology acquistions into what is now called Brivity, a business lifecycle platform for teams that's heavy on follow-up and lead nurture. But is it the category's clear winner?
Kribbz is a real estate marketplace where investors can offer cash and a fast close to unrepresented homesellers seeking an alternative to brokerages — like an iBuyer.
Four-star rated and broker-developed, TotalBrokerage worked on a lot of new things during the past year. It all looks good, but do its new features and efficiencies come with a caveat?
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2018 winner of Realogy's FWD Innovation Summit announced a feature to compare iBuyer deals to the open market. But Homebot's mission remains agent-focused
The discount broker uses a small team of remote, tech-powered agents and a 1% listing fee to win deals. It also facilitates FSBOs with low-fee MLS listings
Members of the nation’s largest MLS now have the ability to create custom IDX links for homes, neighborhoods and other localized marketing campaigns
Two agents in Los Angeles have created a service to help colleagues create their own smart TV channel. Put your brand on the screen next to 'Game of Thrones,' 'Mindhunter' and 'Stranger Things'
Compass said it would still have a small team of engineers supporting the popular CRM, but customers are frustrated now by the lack of support
New bleeding-edge augmented reality home tour app from Sparkout raises more questions about the technology's role in the industry than it does about the home being viewed