Opendoor appoints new batch of executives, board members

The new leaders — none of whom have backgrounds in real estate — have previous experience working at Amazon, Netflix, Hulu and in the venture capital industry.

An over-the-top housing complex to rise near Amazon HQ in Seattle

Known as Seattle House, the 45-story towers will feature 8,000 square feet of coworking space, a spa, pool and game rooms, among other amenities.

Realogy makes major structural changes amid market stumble

The company is consolidating its Coldwell Banker operations, launching an expansion brands portfolio and carving out a new product and innovation footprint.

Realogy continues its ride on the stock market rollercoaster

Investment research firm Zacks on Tuesday downgraded Realogy’s status from “hold” to “sell” after its stock dropped to $4.52 per share.

Locals, not Amazon workers, are buying property near HQ2

Investors and local residents are snapping up properties near Amazon’s second headquarters in Crystal City, Virginia, in anticipation of the tech workers to come.

Realogy’s stock drops after discontinuation of USAA program

The company is replacing the USAA program with an in-house military rewards program, but it expects the ending of the program will have a “material impact” in 2020.

Amazon dives into home sales with new $105K property

With three bedrooms and indoor plumbing, the new home dwarfs the tiny homes the e-commerce giant began selling earlier this year.

CEO group’s new emphasis on social responsibility prompts backlash from ex-Realogy CEO

Lashing out at Business Roundtable’s new mission statement, Richard Smith said Friday that corporations’ No. 1 job is “to create shareholder value — period.”

Markets near Amazon’s HQ2 now the most competitive in US: Redfin

Alexandria and Arlington, both in Virginia, boast the two most competitive markets in the country, above Grand Rapids and Tacoma, according to Redfin.

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