The fast-expanding NYC-based brokerage could easily follow the path of other big names such as WeWork, Zillow and Redfin
by Brad Inman | Jun 12
'Bidding wars are back with a fury in San Francisco,' one Redfin agent recently said
by Jim Dalrymple II | Jun 11
Plus Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider's take on signing bonuses
by Byron Lazine | Jun 7
California Assembly Bill 5 is poised to change the rules surrounding independent contractors. But now, it includes an exemption for the real estate industry
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 31
With Dealmachine, real estate investors hire people who are already out driving around to look for leads on investment properties
by Jim Dalrymple II | May 31
The look, functionality and way we insure homes are apt to change — and so should our expectations
by Lisa Boswell | May 17
A number of top tech companies could go public in 2019, what does it mean for San Francisco's already pricey housing market?
by Patrick Kearns | Mar 13
Anow says it handles more than 50,000 appraisals a month. The company has pioneered a digital platform meant to speed the process up and better inform clients
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 14
The entrepreneur and motivational speaker said on a recent podcast that buying a home is a 'bad use of upfront capital' and says he plans to rent in the future
by Jim Dalrymple II | Feb 11
But apartments will cost from $700,000 to $11 million
by Veronika Bondarenko | Dec 5
The forthcoming app will allow homebuyers to search for, and connect with agents in their area. Users pay nothing, agents pay $30 a month
by Patrick Kearns | Oct 10
If you're a tech company trying to catch the eyes of Inman's tech-forward, deal-savvy audience, you'll want to take note
by Craig C. Rowe | Sep 22
NYC is escalating battle with the short-term rental platform
by Emma Hinchliffe | Aug 10
Ride-hailing apps and car-sharing companies added 5.7 billion driving miles to city streets in 2017, analysis finds
by Veronika Bondarenko | Jul 30
Disruptors like Compass and Redfin are invading the real estate industry, but traditional brokerages can fight back
by Brad Inman | Jun 25