Top SF brokerages partner to share buyer information

Eight of the Bay Area’s top real estate brokerages are partnering to share anonymous buyer data with the help of real estate tech startup RealScout.

RealScout gains major partners for buyer data-sharing initiative

A trio of real estate brokerages are undertaking an initiative to share buyer data and habits among fellow brokerages with the help of RealScout.

NYC brokerages unite to launch ‘game-changing’ data platform

Leading residential brokerages in New York City are uniting to offer a new level of transparency to the way consumers and brokers search property. The effort is being called a “game-changer” by high-ranking executives involved in its launch.

Watch: Exclusive interview with Re/Max CEO Adam Contos

Re/Max CEO Adam Contos sat down with Real Scout founder Andrew Flachner — an editorial partner of Inman — for an exclusive interview at the Re/Max headquarters in Denver, Colorado, yesterday.

3 marketing mavericks who are killin’ it in real estate

If you take 100 real estate agents and look at their marketing plans, 99 seem to be cut from the same cloth. It’s that unique one who stands out from the rest. I took a look around the country, and these three agents caught my eye with their out-of-the-box marketing ideas.

Don’t miss our live interview with Opendoor’s Eric Wu

Submit questions prior to the event on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn with the hashtag #AskOpendoor …

Thanks, Apple: Real estate apps just got a huge AR boost

Apple released its newest operating system and with it a promising frontier for real estate apps looking to offer augmented reality …

Run your indie brokerage like a Silicon Valley tech company

Andrew Flachner is co-founder and CEO of RealScout. RealScout combines revolutionary buyer data-driven listings tools and industry-best home search experiences to help you win and sell more listings …

RealScout’s BrokerIQ helps brokerages ‘close more deals in house’

Brokerages hold office sales meetings, in part, to encourage agents to find out whether any of their coworkers have listings suitable for their buyer clients.

How to attract talented techies to your brokerage

A growing number of brokerages want to be seen as tech-savvy real estate players – but how do business leaders assemble a good tech team if they don’t have the skills to recognize a good candidate? And how do they make their company appealing to these coveted engineers and developers …