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Fintech startup reportedly expects to bring in more than $800 million in revenue this year as mortgage demand soars, according to a new report.
A double stabbing in Seattle that left one dead and another seriously injured may be connected to a property manager's attempt to evict a tenant Wednesday.
After forecasting housing price declines of approximately 0.3 percent this year, experts have adjusted those predictions this quarter to reflect an increase in prices by 3.7 percent.
The company will pre-vet consumers and provide AI-fueled insight to real estate agents prior to hand-off.
Historically low-interest rates and a lack of existing homes pushed new homes sales to a new high, according to the U.S. Census Bureau and Department of Housing and Urban Development.
At a national level, 28.7 percent of Redfin.com users looked to move to a different metro area during July and August, according to a new migration report.
Zillow's decision to hire its own agents for Zillow Offers is the latest in its shift to becoming a platform, according to a trio of Deutsche Bank analysts.
When listing homes in these times and beyond, master these four best practices — from standard operating procedures to pandemic preparations, and the fundamentals of listing success and conversion — and you will find success.
Google Ads can be an incredibly powerful tool for any agent to draw in new business. It helps you reach people who are likely to convert to clients — and it costs very little to get started.
Although sensational headline stories are the ones that fuel discussions on agent safety, other more everyday occupational hazards are worthy of attention, too. Here's why.
The fourth quarter is no time to relax and wind down. By following these tips, your team will build the habits they need to achieve their goals and end the year on a high note.
A strong team has a healthy mix of new and experienced agents, and a good leader knows how to nurture both. Here are three ways to help less experienced team members compete.
Median prices of single-family homes and condos are now less affordable than historical averages in 63 percent of counties, up from 54 percent one year ago, according to a new report by Attom Data Solutions.
MLS Property Information Network, the largest multiple listing service in New England, is rebranding with a new tagline, new logo and new website that play up the MLS's roots in the region as well as its technology chops.
Farrah Wilder, a former attorney and licensed real estate agent with real estate brokerage Compass until she joined the trade group this month, will take the lead staff role in supporting C.A.R.'s diversity, equity and inclusion efforts.
Canada's largest real estate brand sought a customized solution to streamline its technology offering for 18,000-plus professionals, so it partnered with kvCORE to develop a custom real estate business enterprise solution for all 600 offices across Canada.
Civvl promises independent contractors they'll earn up to $2,000 per week for helping with evictions and foreclosure cleanouts. But is it legal?
Even after a $30 million price chop, the $35 million sale of a penthouse still set the record as the priciest sale to ever take place in New York City's SoHo neighborhood.
The brand is setting up shop in the suburbs north of New York City — just as President Trump seeks to characterize it as "ground zero" for crime.
Robert Reffkin argued coronavirus aid shouldn't be limited to W-2 workers. The National Association of Realtors has also said it is working to ensure aid packages to benefit agents.