HomeZada wins Wells Fargo Innovation Challenge
The long-term home management app addressed three of its 'Multi-X Innovation' categories for the competition, including, Assets, Commerce and Care
by Craig C. Rowe Dec 7
7 underutilized tech tools that'll make you look like a top producer
These underrated apps and tools can make you look seemingly flawless as you juggle the many aspects of your business with ease
by Jimmy Burgess Oct 28
The 5-star apps that can better your business
The business you have in the future starts with the bushiness you do today. Take the necessary time to learn how technology will better you as an agent
by Craig C. Rowe Aug 10
You named the top 5 apps on your phone: Pulse
This week, you told us about the top 5 apps that you simply can't do without on your cell phone
by Inman Jul 27
Airbnb makes changes to summer release after hosts complain
Some short-term rental investors saw the power shift from hosts to guests while others feared Airbnb’s major update took away their competitive advantage
by Taylor Anderson Jul 5
Buyers are still competing. Here's how to best help them
Everyone understands a buyer can get cold feet or buyer’s remorse in a changing market, so demonstrating commitment is paramount
by Mark Choey Jul 1
How to convert leads so you’re eligible for exclusive lead networks
Many agents are searching for leads to bump themselves out of a summer sales slump. Not just any agent can qualify for exclusive leads where conversion metrics matter, but here are a few tips to give yourself a leg up
by Chris Heller Jun 14
Redfin takes in nearly $600M in Q1 revenue as market share grows
Revenue, market share, web users and homes sold by RedfinNow all rose. But the company reported a $90.8M net loss in a Q1 earnings call on Thursday
by Taylor Anderson May 5
M. Ryan Gorman: Honestly, building tech for real estate is a 'nightmare'
M. Ryan Gorman, Coldwell Banker Real Estate CEO, and Brian Donnellan, CEO of Bright MLS, told an Inman Connect New York audience why the industry hasn't reached the 'latte vision' yet
by Andrea V. Brambila Apr 22
Don't call it a comeback! Why QR codes are more relevant than ever
Convenience and COVID reintroduced customizable barcode technology. Here's how to make the most of scannable QR codes
by Sam Trimble Apr 11
As homebuyers pine for options, startups scramble to fill the void
A new class of tech company is responding to the home inventory shortage by taking sellers to the edge of the MLS — and sometimes beyond — with off-market appeals and more
by Daniel Houston Mar 29
RealScout kicks off 2022 with record-breaking buyer graph in New Jersey
25 brokerages have partnered to launch the New Jersey Buyer Graph, which hosts real-time anonymized buyer data and habits, and climate risk data.
by Marian McPherson Mar 25
Zillow's Susan Daimler on the tech giant's mysterious 'super app'
Ahead of Inman Connect New York, Zillow's president dished about the company's goal to build a housing super app, its interest in power buyers and why housing should be 'delightful'
by Andrea V. Brambila Mar 14
IBuyers purchased over 70K homes in 2021, doubling previous record
'IBuyers purchased 70,402 homes in 2021, more than double the previous annual high of 32,726 homes in 2019,' according to Zillow's Q4 iBuyer report
by Taylor Anderson Mar 2
Fresh off $2M seed round, The Host Co. helps rental hosts sell goods
The Host Co. is a digital commerce software that allows owners of short-term rentals to earn additional income by selling furniture, artwork, crafts and even food items
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 2
Porch's 2021 losses top $109M as company keeps eye on expansion
Despite overall losses, the home services marketplace's revenue more than doubled in 2021. The company says it may be profitable this year
by Taylor Anderson Mar 1
Airbnb logo on smartphone
Short-term rental companies were looking at 2022 as the year international travel surged again. Will Russia’s war in Ukraine temper results?
by Taylor Anderson Feb 28
Make sense of your sellers' options with these iBuyer comparison tools
The market is growing muddled, meaning agents now more than ever need to help their clients know what's out there
by Craig C. Rowe Feb 26
Vacasa's 35,000 homes get tech upgrades, including keyless entry
The company says the improvements provide a win-win for guests and homeowners, as well as the communities in which the rental homes reside
by Taylor Anderson Feb 24
19 agents share how tooting their own horns is bringing in business
Client testimonials don't just feel good, they're a powerful way to build authority online
by Christy Murdock Feb 4
Make time for your mental health with these 5 apps
There’s a lot to stress about when you’re a real estate agent. These mental health apps will help you be kind to your mind
by Santiago Arana Feb 3