Many U.S. regions are experiencing a surging real estate market, but Jarred Kessler believes it will be short-lived and the market could start to slow as early as October
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 25
Record-setting fires have burned more than 1.2 million acres in California, forcing hundreds of thousands of people from their homes
by Jim Dalrymple II Aug 25
The fundraising round values the tech-focused home insurance company at $1.5 billion
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 21
The arrival of construction startup Juno highlights the ways that Silicon Valley and its deep-pocketed investors are increasingly looking to real estate for the next big idea
by Jim Dalrymple II Jul 14
Together the two brokerages will make up a team of more than 500 agents with nearly $5B in annual sales, uniting some of the remaining independent brokerages in California
by Lillian Dickerson Jul 6
Venture capitalists Constance Freedman and Paul Levine said Thursday that there's still plenty of space for innovation and money to disrupt the real estate industry
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 4
The market hasn't fully recovered yet, but agents in luxury markets around the US told Inman that deals are still happening and activity appears to be on the rise
by Jim Dalrymple II May 22
Sequoia Capital believes the coronavirus could lead to reduced business activity, supply chain disruption and other long-lasting problems
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 5
Opinion
There's no rhyme or reason in the world why the homebuying and selling process should be so archaic and inefficient for consumers
by Subrao Shenoy Mar 3
Baker, whose company produces software to streamline real estate transactions, thinks trends like iBuying will get bigger even as supply shortages continue to plague cities
by Jim Dalrymple II Jan 20
White Oaks, a neighborhood about 30 minutes south of San Francisco, was the most competitive place for US homebuyers in 2019, according to Redfin
by Jim Dalrymple II Dec 26
The latest jobs report is good; most other factors are stable. The economic wild card is the uncertain prospects of the outcome of the trade talks with China.
by Lou Barnes Dec 6
The digital closing company plans to use the funds make new hires and accelerate its growth
by Jim Dalrymple II Nov 13
On the 100th anniversary of the open house, a growing number of agents are debating their relevance. Others are simply walking away from the time-honored practice
by Jim Dalrymple II Nov 11
Ribbon sees itself as a kind of credit card for homebuying and aims to make consumers who need financing more competitive
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 29