Realtors convicted of a 'felony or crime involving moral turpitude' may be subject to discipline under membership rule
by Andrea V. Brambila Jan 22
Speakers at Inman Connect Now on Thursday said the trade group should go ahead with changes that would crack down on discriminatory behavior and fix them as the need arises
by Andrea V. Brambila Nov 12
The pandemic is forcing MLSs and agents to adopt innovations faster, according to panelists at the first virtual MLS Association Executives Session for the National Association of Realtors' midyear conference
Opinion
MLS leaders of today have the opportunity to go beyond being caretakers of an important institution, to be revolutionaries who leave a permanent legacy behind
by David Charron AND Robert Hahn Oct 16
DOJ wants information on MLS searches based on the commission offered to buyer's agents
by Patrick Kearns May 22
The Department of Justice is reportedly demanding CoreLogic and other MLS vendors hand over information related to buyer broker commissions
by Patrick Kearns May 21
Opinion
Notorious R.O.B.'s forecast for 2019: K-Pop edition
by Robert Hahn Dec 20
Opinion
Don't misread Jay's last article into a too-comfortable, nothing-will-change, lullaby of pretty lies
by Robert Hahn Oct 15
Opinion
Will the listing portal behemoth become the dominant platform for real estate transactions and win the Iron Throne?
by Robert Hahn Aug 8
Opinion
Offer iBuyer programs as a service to sellers while focusing on your strength in lead generation: personal relationships
by Robert Hahn Jul 3
Opinion
How do we overcome the vagueness of ideas and put them into practice?
by Robert Hahn Apr 3
Opinion
Both franchisors scored big with their most recent moves, and it’s worth talking about them
by Robert Hahn Mar 5
Opinion
If anyone can prove us wrong, it’s Keller Williams
by Robert Hahn Feb 28