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Tiffany McQuaid, president of McQuaid and Company Real Estate Services, and Jeannette Spinelli, CEO and founder of Spinelli Residential Group Keller Williams, offered advice for navigating the luxury market in a conversation at Inman Connect Las Vegas.
At ICLV, executives from Reali, Redefy and Pre Open House talked about how they're leveraging technology to make the real estate process easier for consumers.
Rob Lowe, the actor known for playing Sam Seaborn in the political drama "The West Wing," just slashed the price of his swanky California mansion.
Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, Zillow lost $2,916 on every home it sold in Q2 on average. But this is a small price to pay for what it is gaining.
An ex-Redfin contractor allegedly made what the company called "concerning comments" last week, prompting the tech-focused Seattle brokerage to temporarily close four Bay Area offices. The brokerage is working with local law enforcement to determine if there's any real threat to Redfin employees.
According to a new TransUnion report, 14 million Generation Z consumers have some sort of credit balance in 2019, and the number of Gen Z consumers who took out a mortgage grew by 112 percent to 319,000 between 2018 and 2019.
The inversion of the yield curve — when long-term interest rates drop below short-term interest rates — this week was seen as a warning sign to many that another recession was looming. But Friday morning's housing start data means we shouldn't sound the alarms just yet, according to Odeta Kushi, the deputy chief economist at First American.
The real estate industry threw some curveballs. Take Inman's news quiz to demonstrate how strong your talking points and cocktail banter are this week.
If seller commission expectations and a worsening “listing-inventory-to-agent-count” ratio have you thinking about moving to a 100-percent brokerage with the idea that change would lead to higher net income, here are some things that you ought to be considering. &nbs
With consumers fueled by digital information, social media has perfectly positioned us to create relationships — beyond just a name in your database. And savvy agents can do it at an extremely high level in a relatively short time using only the tools at their fingertips.
Flyhomes, an iBuyer that will make cash offers on behalf of homebuyers, has nabbed an additional $21 million in equity financing plus $120 million in debt for purchasing and reselling homes.
Chicago-based eXp agent Sean Cochran's real estate parody of “Friends in Low Places” garnered more than 575,000 views in one month.
TPI Cloud Hosting alleges Keller Williams agreed to pay $1.8 million to develop a consumer-facing app, but never paid, then used the technology to build its app in-house.
Jaime Hensley of American Real Estate ERA Powered, Charis Moreno of NextHome, and Greg Fox of Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Alliance touted the benefits of joining big franchises at ICLV.
Need advice on interviewing for your team? Verl Workman says try to figure out if the candidate subscribes to your core values. “If they don’t give you the right answers for those, then it’s probably not a great fit,” he said onstage at Inman Connect Las Vegas.
From Zillow to Redfin and beyond, watch Inman announce the winners of the 2019 Innovator Awards in Las Vegas.
Competition for hiring top agents is intense, especially when said agents are getting propositioned with signing bonuses among other perks. Hear tried-and-true secrets for recruiting the top producers to your indie in this Inman Connect Las Vegas discussion.
A pair of lawsuits could upend how compensation works, but NAR believes the cases "are wrong on the facts, wrong on the economics and wrong on the law."