What’s trending in real estate?

A trio of industry leaders discussed the latest trends in the real estate industry on Thursday, on the main stage at Inman Connect in San Francisco.

Is a dumpster an indication of a home about to come to market?

Denver-based, flat-free brokerage Trelora is conducting a small-scale study right now to find out.

Opendoor temporarily caps offers in Dallas-Fort Worth at $300,000

Opendoor, the popular iBuyer startup launched in 2014, will temporarily stop making offers on houses over $300,000 in the Dallas-Fort Worth market.

Zillow’s war chest is ready for acquisitions: What’s next?

Remember the days of the under-the-radar, hundreds-of-millions-of-dollars deals such as the Zillow-Trulia marriage and News Corp buying realtor.com? We are in a similar environment now, but this time, there is no question that deals are in the works an…

I toured Lennar’s Amazon smart home — here’s what it’s like

An hour outside Atlanta, inset from a lush green road with new construction popping up all around, there’s a house that could be from the future.

How the Trump tariffs are affecting US homebuyers

The Trump administration’s trade policy is putting greater strains on an already inventory-starved real estate market and driving up home prices, according to a trio of real estate economists.

California has the most ‘best’ agents according to Real Trends

California has the highest number of the nation’s “best” real estate professionals, according to Real Trends’ sixth annual ranking.

Purplebricks’ Canadian acquisition is an incredible deal, here’s why

Last week, Purplebricks announced that it had acquired DuProprio/ComFree, the leading fixed-fee and for-sale-by-owner business in Canada, for £29.3 million. This is a great deal for Purplebricks and further strengthens its position as the online agency leader with global ambitions.

Blockchain tech could totally disrupt property ownership rights

Creative new ways to transfer certain rights of ownership may seem like semantics, but the implications are huge if blockchain technology takes off.

DOJ rescinds guidance documents on housing discrimination, mortgage tips

The Department of Justice rescinded two dozen law enforcement guidance documents on Tuesday. Among them were directives and brochures on housing discrimination and mortgage and home equity loan advice.