(TECHNOLOGY NEWS) Moodo is helping people by removing the need to organize their organizers with the invention of their own...
Keller Williams' Co-Founder's neighbor goes FSBO after listing years prior with a KW listing - what does this say about the industry?
A new study predicts that real estate professionals are at risk of being replaced by machines, but is that possible, and if so, how can the...
San Francisco rents are notoriously high, but one artist has mocked their recent increase with parody signs on dumpsters and the like.
Move has seen some talent jump ship recently, and their stock isn't exactly skyrocketing. The CFO cashed in stock options today, what does this all mean?
The phrase "paperless brokerage" has replaced "tech savvy" as the concept du jour - how it happened, and why it has to stop.
There are many solutions available to serve the multi-family property market, very few for the single-family home. Honey Badger addresses the needs unique challenges of the...
Berkshire Hathaway is running a commercial on tv that offers one subtle detail that most marketers miss - accuracy.
Freddie Mac has unveiled a new economic indicator and predictions for 2014 you should know about.
HAR has long led the way in the real estate industry, now announcing they'll be launching a state-wide consumer search site, inviting brokers to directly join...
RE/MAX has long defended their patent, allowing only their agents to use red-over-white-over-blue bars on for sale signs, but one case could unravel the entire patent.
Errol Samuelson abruptly left Move, Inc. this month for competitor Zillow, and several tough questions remain in the wake of his departure.
At SXSW, a clever Realtor took to the streets with a picket signs, inviting visitors to move to Austin by using his services.
Move, Inc. and the National Association of Realtors have sued Errol Samuelson not for his leaving without notice, but questionable circumstances like wiped hard drives.
ListHub added many new MLSs in 2013, and the volume is critical not only to the company but to real estate practitioners nationally.
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