Opinion

U.K. hybrid brokerage Purplebricks charges consumers a set fee to “instruct to sell” — for us Yanks, that means list a home with an agent. The company has expanded to Australia, and now it’s raising funds to bring its tech-based model to the U.S. in the second half of 2017.

by Chris Rediger | May 10

It is reassuring when the world behaves as it should. The last couple of weeks have been disconcerting — how such a huge decline in rates without a bounce-back? It’s okay now. Rates are rising. The jump last week had several propellants. The first is simply the nature of markets: any big move begets a counter-move.

by Lou Barnes | Jul 18
Iran’s high and ultra-high-net worth individuals will finally be free to invest abroad
by Yulia Kozhevnikova | Apr 15
Inman Market Intel's comprehensive data opens the door for stronger pricing models
by Bernice Ross | Mar 14
Markets are facing a shortage of inventory -- a problem especially for first-time buyers
by David Hicks | Feb 1
Well, it kind of depends on who you're talking to, but the UN has thoughts
by Jay Lieberman | Jan 7
And 20 markets where they are still losing money on average
by Daren Blomquist | Nov 17
Ranking the country, step by step
by Inman | Sep 25
We are not growing fast, but jobs are plentiful
by Lou Barnes | Sep 11
More condos are being proposed or built by Chinese developers
by Erik Pisor | Jul 10
Freddie Mac survey shows rates holding steady around 4 percent as investors eye financial crises in Greece and China
by Amy Tankersley | Jul 9
Commentary: It's too soon to call it a comeback
by Lou Barnes | Feb 24
Commentary: 'first solid increase in consumer credit in 4 years'
by Lou Barnes | Feb 10
Inman News report features charts, analysis, commentary on rising metros
by Inman | Jan 30
Real Estate Tax Talk
by Stephen Fishman | Dec 15