At Zillow's Unlock event in Las Vegas, Zillow President Jeremy Wacksman engaged in a thought exercise to imagine a transaction that empowers consumers
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 29
iBuyers and the big trends changing the field
by Patrick Kearns | Sep 28
The industry can speed up the industry payday by compressing the transaction
by Brad Inman | Apr 3
With modernization comes convenience, progress, and lost culture of the past
by Brad Inman | Mar 13
We need to improve the real estate process -- we who?
by Joseph Rand | Feb 27
Consumers expect certainty and compression in every other transaction -- home sales are no different
by Brad Inman | Feb 24
4 moves to break out when a transaction hangs by a thread
by Cara Ameer | Feb 22
2 dueling perspectives on what each side has to worry about
by Cara Ameer | Jan 10
As contracts become more complicated, the agreement between parties is something far simpler
by Andrew Wetzel | Dec 28
Are you sweeping warning signs under the rug?
by Julie Nelson | Sep 27
The platform lacks visual sophistication but excels in ease of use and functionality
by Craig C. Rowe | Sep 23
It just might be agents and brokers
by Brad Inman | Aug 18
Concierge Auctions listed the home for auction on its Instant Gavel app for a 30-hour period
by Kimberly Manning | Aug 2
Amitree's Gmail extension makes you hate your email inbox less, a slick new agent safety tool is on the Kickstarter horizon and one app got a brand new name
by Craig C. Rowe | Jun 22
Internet bidding has been successful in real estate since 2008, but distressed properties are the norm -- for now
by Robin Liu | Oct 29