In crucial Q2, real estate separated wheat from the chaff: Intel analysis
The biggest publicly traded brokerages and tech companies significantly slashed losses in the second quarter, restoring investor confidence, according to an Intel analysis of Q2 earnings data
by Daniel Houston Aug 16
Offerpad scoops up more homes in Q2 as path to profitability emerges
Having unloaded almost all of its older inventory, the iBuyer ramped up home acquisitions by 131%, to 840 homes, in the second quarter of 2023 and expects positive adjusted earnings by year's end
by Matt Carter Aug 2
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
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
Real estate stocks are suddenly and finally on fire
Redfin, Opendoor and Compass have all seen their share prices rally in recent days — suggesting that after years of the cold shoulder investors are warming to the sector
by Jim Dalrymple II May 11
Offerpad narrows losses despite another quarter of falling revenue
Following a dramatic fourth quarter in which the iBuyer posted losses of $121.1M, Offerpad improved its net loss by 51% to $59.4M in Q1 as it continued to struggle to adapt to a shifting market
As iBuyers struggle, agents rethink relationships with cash-offer kings
IBuyers like Opendoor and Offerpad once appeared poised to be an essential player in the nation's biggest housing markets. Now, real estate agents say their role has diminished dramatically
by Ben Verde Apr 12
Cash to burn: Do real estate's big players have enough in the bank?
Real estate businesses burned through billions in cash last year. Intel breaks down the biggest companies with the least wiggle room as economic uncertainty stretches into 2023
by Daniel Houston Apr 5
Real estate took a drubbing in Q4, but some companies still surprised
Brokerages, tech companies and mortgage providers all saw massive losses as the market soured at the end of 2022. But some leaders did have a few tricks up their sleeves
by Jim Dalrymple II Mar 2
Proptech has reached an inflection point. So, like, what happens now?
Opinion
Disruptive sales models, lead aggregators and search products have transformed proptech into a true marketplace while freeing venture capitalists up to become more than mere power brokers
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 1