Curaytor co-founders say agents are starting to realize they 'do not need a middleman' and can go directly to consumers
by Andrea V. Brambila Sep 22
Ninve James will lead the Residential Listing Service, a brokerage-facing listing service powered by the Real Estate Board of New York
by Patrick Kearns Sep 9
Opinion
Merging two real estate portals consolidates market and pricing power within one organization and allows a quickened growth pace, but it also allows for an increased value — a good deal for consumers
by Mike DelPrete Jul 7
La Haus, which aims to upend the homebuying process in Latin America, received a boost from former Trulia CEO Pete Flint and Zillow co-founder Spencer Rascoff
by Patrick Kearns Jun 16
During Connect Now, Trulia co-founder and NFX Managing Partner Pete Flint explained what agents must do to stay relevant during the digital transaction revolution
by Marian McPherson Jun 3
The Zillow-owned search portal and the New York City-based brokerage are currently locked in negotiations
by Patrick Kearns May 29
A Zillow spokesperson told Inman the company gets virtually all of its listings from MLS feeds these days
by Patrick Kearns May 19
Opinion
The private sector and government leaders must be on guard as trillions of public dollars wash through the economic system and a broken economy can become a feasting ground for unsavory opportunists
by Brad Inman May 11
Although News Corp.'s revenues dipped down to $2.27B, realtor.com saw average monthly unique users of its web and mobile sites grow by 6% year over year
by Lillian Dickerson May 8
Opinion
Seven years ago, I said that buying a home should be as easy as buying a latte. My theatrics weren't enough to make that vision possible. But a pandemic is doing the trick today
by Brad Inman May 4
'This ruling ensures we will be able to continue to provide this information,' said a Zillow Group spokesperson
by Andrea V. Brambila Apr 7
Venture capitalists have poured billions into real estate technology over the last decade. But as the coronavirus hammers the economy, that funding may begin to dry up
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 13
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
In the first day that Keller Williams' new consumer-facing app was live, it increased engagement in the company's tech ecosystem by 600%. Home searches were up 2,500%
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 21
Companies both old and new are racing to build platforms that handle more of the real estate transaction. Agents will have to adapt to survive
by Jim Dalrymple II Feb 21