Compass is launching in Atlanta, the 16th market for the NYC-based brokerage since its debut six years ago.
Commission checks could come pouring in for agents in Chicago, Washington, D.C., Orlando, Tampa and Atlanta.
Kendyl Young of Diggs Real Estate and Thad Wong of @properties go over 10 trends no indie broker can escape, including economic risks, fear-based demands, commission compression, low inventory and more.
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A month after the U.S. Forest Service announced an end to the Thomas Fire, three California Realtor associations have begun distributing aid to families.
ShelterZoom just partnered to bring its OfferNow and RentNow blockchain-based widgets to Re/Max Revolution's Boston branch.
Mortgage rates inched back for the third straight week according to mortgage giant Freddie Mac’s most recent Primary Mortgage Market Survey.
- Warburg-HIH Invest to open dedicated London branch Property Magazine International Full coverage
The inventory crisis is coming to an end. Like rolled up skinny jeans, a for-sale housing shortage is becoming old news. Buyers have more choices.
Fast-growing Midwest markets overtook pricy California cities on Realtor.com's hottest housing markets list for July, joined by markets in Colorado and Texas.
In the month of July, privately owned housing starts were at a seasonally adjusted rate of 1,168,000 – 0.9 percent above the June rate but 1.4 percent below the July 2017 rate.
Opendoor will launch in Sacramento and Riverside, California along with Denver and Portland, Oregon, as part of its goal to reach 50 markets by 2020.