Opinion
If you're a tech company trying to catch the eyes of Inman's tech-forward, deal-savvy audience, you'll want to take note
by Craig C. Rowe | Sep 22
Artificial intelligence and venture capital are on the agenda for new summit
by Andrea V. Brambila | Jul 26
Trade group teases talks with three of the four 'FANG' companies — Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google — but remains tight-lipped on details
by Andrea V. Brambila | Mar 8
A set tech plan can facilitate growth for your large or boutique brokerage
by Inman AND Emily Ledig Paquette | Nov 9
Let's start by removing the 'baggage' ...
by Inman | Nov 6

Take FiveStreet’s lead-follow up, mix it with Top Producer’s CRM and add Reesio’s transaction management. What do you get? One system to rule them all, and a big real estate tech experiment from realtor.com-owner Move Inc.

by Teke Wiggin | Sep 18

Updater, whose platform helps real estate agents streamline the moving process for clients, has closed a $45 million funding round and inked agreements to acquire two companies.

by Teke Wiggin | Sep 8

SAN FRANCISCO — Building a company from scratch is a Herculean task that requires navigating innumerable hazards. Here are seven of the biggest mistakes that startups make, according to a panel at Inman Connect.

by Teke Wiggin | Aug 10

In private presentations to investors, Redfin laid out its long-term and disruptive vision of using technology to help buyers take more control over their home purchase by deploying easy-to-use transaction tools.

by Teke Wiggin | Aug 3

So many real estate tech startups are popping up that it can be difficult to figure out which ones are worth paying attention to. Since 2013, Realogy — the operator of real estate brands including Century 21, Coldwell Banker and Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate — has helped by hosting an annual contest that features a batch of tech products for real estate agents.

by Teke Wiggin | Jul 24
To enroll in the program, startups will hand over equity to Fifth Wall in exchange for between $250K to $500K
by Teke Wiggin | Jul 12

U.S. real estate is a deeply entrenched industry, and without support from its fortified incumbents, it can be difficult for startups to gain traction in the sector. Fifth Wall Ventures, a venture-capital firm founded by two industry vets, has tailored its investment strategy around this reality. It’s raised $212 million from industry giants to back startups with products that its investors can use to grow their businesses.

by Teke Wiggin | May 3

Opening its doors to tech companies yearning for a single, combined, standardized data feed from multiple MLSs, real estate data company CoreLogic launched its data marketplace, Trestle, to vendors this week.

by Andrea V. Brambila | Mar 24