Virginia is for lovers, irked buyers, stubborn sellers and bidding wars
Despite sales falling by double-digits, agents and brokers in Alexandria, Richmond and Norfolk, Virginia, anticipate a summer of heated bidding wars, tough negotiations and market headwinds
by Marian McPherson Jul 7
Husband of missing Tishman Speyer exec charged with murder
Brian Walshe, 47, was charged with the murder of his wife, Ana Walshe on Jan. 17. He had already been locked up since Jan. 8 for misleading investigators about her New Year's Day disappearance
by Ben Verde Jan 18
Long & Foster joins the Forbes Global Properties network
Long & Foster will represent Forbes Global Properties in the Washington D.C. region, as well as parts of Maryland, Virginia, Delaware, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, as the newly founded luxury real estate marketplace continues its expansion
by Ben Verde Apr 1
Side expands into DC and Oregon
Side prides itself on letting top agents function with business autonomy atop a technology-forward support structure
by Craig C. Rowe Jan 18
Redfin launches program to help professionals enter real estate
The career accelerator program will help professionals in other industries prepare for a career with Redfin through in-person classes and training
by Marian McPherson Jul 8
The New Normal for listings is endless evolution
Over the past 20 years, listings have gone from a single photo in a newspaper to having dozens of images, interactive features and 3D tours. The only constant now is change
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 8
Why are so many teams suddenly joining eXp Realty?
Recent months have seen team after team decamping for eXp. The leaders of those teams say they were persuaded by lucrative revenue sharing options and by watching fellow agents switch first
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 3
Inventory insanity: Why are there no homes for sale in America?
Inventory has been tight for a long time now, but this spring agents across the country are seeing something different — and more difficult
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 12
High-performing RE/MAX team joins eXp Realty
The Lahey Group operates in the Washington, DC, area. The move is the second big get for eXp in less than a week
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 6
5 people to watch at Redfin as the company moves into a new era
Redfin is about to get a new second-in-command, all the while continuing its efforts to be consumers' preferred one-stop real estate shop
by Jim Dalrymple II Apr 1
A house in Washington, DC, nabbed 88 offers — 76 of them all-cash
At least 15 of the offers on the suburban fixer upper were made sight unseen. The situation highlights the brutally competitive housing market buyers are facing across the U.S.
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 30
15 facts about the White House, the nation's most famous home
The White House is arguably one of the world's most famous homes, but how much do people know about it? Here are 15 facts about its history
by Marian McPherson Jan 20
Vacation booking platform Vrbo to block new Washington, D.C., reservations
The move comes amid the specter of violence during the inauguration of President-Elect Joe Biden. Airbnb also previously said it would block reservations and cancel existing ones in the area
by Jim Dalrymple II Jan 19
NAR president: DC riot 'shocking,' an 'assault' on democracy
Charlie Oppler slammed riots Wednesday that saw a mob overrun the US Capitol Building. National Multifamily Housing Council President Doug Bibby also called the incidents 'abhorrent'
by Jim Dalrymple II Jan 7
Joe Biden paid $17K in real estate taxes last year
Newly released tax documents from Biden and his running mate Kamala Harris show how much the duo is paying in property taxes and for interest on mortgages
by Jim Dalrymple II Oct 1