NAR’s muddled messaging still can't keep up with the facts
As the industry reels from The New York Times investigation into harassment at the National Association of Realtors, Bernice Ross pored over the ever-changing response to the scandal
5 massive NYT takeaways NAR can't escape
Debra Kamin's New York Times exposé details a culture of harassment, intimidation and denial at the National Association of Realtors
by Christy Murdock Aug 28
NAR's sexual harassment spin isn't fooling anyone. Here's why
In the days leading up to the Times exposé, NAR laid a virtual bread-crumb trail for digital damage control around the topic of sexual harassment
by Christy Murdock Aug 28
The stories and trends that defined a whirlwind first half of 2023
Intel takes a look back at the market trends, brokerage strategies, Wall Street happenings and legal controversies that shook the past 6 months and could well define the remainder of 2023
by Marian McPherson Jul 5
NAR CEO Bob Goldberg plans to retire at the end of 2024
Goldberg's contract will expire on Dec. 31, and the executive plans to retire after 3 decades at NAR and 4 decades in real estate, according to the National Association of Realtors
by Taylor Anderson Jun 21
David Doctorow steps down as CEO of parent Move, Inc.
Doctorow oversaw the company as its revenues and site traffic rose to record highs, the company said. But as with the rest of the industry, Move has shown signs of a slowdown.
by Taylor Anderson Jun 1's AI integration is a case of 'garbage in, garbage out'
Digital marketing specialist Joshua Jarvis offers his feedback on's new AI tool. While he applauds the attempt, he says it's a swing and a miss
by Joshua Jarvis May 23
5 key charts that illuminate real estate's Q1 earnings season
Most publicly traded real estate companies continued to bleed money in the first chunk of 2023. These metrics help explain why investors aren't panicking
by Daniel Houston May 17