(OPINION / EDITORIAL) If your online shopping for the holidays has you dealing with endless cardboard piles in your home, you aren’t alone.
(TECH) The Department of Housing and Development allows public housing authorities to use facial recognition technology on tenants totally unchecked.
(REAL ESTATE MARKETING) The no-code movement is putting more power in the hands of folks with zero programming skills. So what makes it different from low-coding,...
(REAL ESTATE CORPORATE) With the convulsing housing market forcing people out of their apartment, massive rental companies are partnering with AirBNB to make up lost profit,...
(REAL ESTATE MARKETING) Restorative justice can be a hard concept to understand. To see it working in real life, look no further than Growing Change in...
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Is Localize changing the house hunting game or are they just fooling themselves?
(HOMEOWNERSHIP) The housing market is telling a tale of two countries: Between renters and homeowners, wealth inequality has split the country in two.
(BIG DATA) As remote working becomes more normalized, workers are choosing where they want to live, so second cities are changing the landscape.
(TECH NEWS) Last year, T-Mobile announced a plan to bring free and at-cost internet access to 10 million homes in the US; 2020 has made this...
(TECH NEWS) The end of the lawsuit against Upcodes raises unique questions for intellectual property as law, and how accessibility will play a part.
(REAL ESTATE BIG DATA) New NAR survey shows the continued decline of international interest in US properties.
(REAL ESTATE TECHNOLOGY) Zillow was granted yet ANOTHER pretty vague new utility patent last month, which leaves us wondering: what are they planning?
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