CoreLogic's Lucie Fortier and eXp Realty's Scott Petronis run through the trendy technology you should expect to see more of this year
When the conclusion of this story is written, the winners and losers of the great real estate industry change will include some very familiar companies
Working through this 'Bizzaro' world of MLS tech will have your head spinning
Looking to leverage an improved tech platform, TeamJK split to join Compass' Las Olas Fort Lauderdale office
Real estate and tech pros Jack Markham, Daniel Parzivand, Alexander Voloshyn, Lauren Nemeth and David Tal discuss using tech to attract clients
Let's seize the moment and build an open, safe and productive real estate technology ecosystem
The new product is aimed at homebuyers who do not have equity in a previous home and will be available in Atlanta, Charlotte and North Carolina's Research Triangle
Alexa, dim the lights and turn on 'Man In the High Castle'
Can smoothly automated showings pave the way for higher prices? A recent visit to Scottsdale, Arizona, led me to believe that it’s plausible
Indeed, San Francisco housing prices have risen dramatically over the last decade, going from approximately $900,000 in 2007 to nearly $1.5 million in 2017.
'We’re Uber-izing the homeowner space,' the founder says of his company's brand 'mello' and its new tech campus
A property owner transferred a condo to herself in a pilot program by startup Propy in South Burlington, Vermont
Inman's first-ever Real Estate Leadership Survey reveals surprising tech trends that leaders are embracing. Also: ones they aren't and should be.
MIT wants its AutoSaw to give people without carpentry skills the ability to make wares that fit their house or apartment. It can even build a full shed.
Inman's first-ever Real Estate Leadership Survey reveals how rank-and-file want leaders to address the influx of upstarts and disruptive tech.