Rental Beast listing database partners with AI platform

New York City-based Cherre, a startup that deploys artificial intelligence to pull real estate property data, has teamed up with Rental Beast, an all-in-one online rental listing service with a database of more than 8 million rentals nationwide.

Realogy and OJO Labs partner for lead conversion tool

Called Conversion Boost, the new tool qualifies and nurtures internet leads for brokerages and their agents, and OJO Labs boasts that it increases conversion rates by more than 200 percent.

In era of disruption, outsider leaders are a key to survival

Numerous leaders at real estate companies today stepped into their roles without prior real estate experience. They say that was actually an advantage.

OJO Labs launches AI-powered photo scanning tool for kitchens

Kitchen Fit uses machine learning to help potential homebuyers figure out exactly what they want out of a kitchen.

Want to make your career last? Heed these 3 tips

The real estate business is often a treacherous one with a high failure rate. What does it take to last in this industry? Here are three tips on how to thrive.

Do buyers really determine the sales price?

The conversation at Inman Connect New York changed the way columnist Bernice Ross thinks about home sales pricing. Here’s why.

Here’s how Compass uses artificial intelligence to support its agents

“The vast majority of what we do will disappear into the regular tools agents use every day,” Compass CTO Joseph Sirosh said on stage at Inman Connect New York.

$19K pre-fab home includes artificial intelligence technology

Singapore-based startup Nestron announces the launch of four low-cost prefab home models complete with an artificial intelligence assistant, Canny.

For Compass, 2019 was about tech

The company spent most of 2018 focused on growing its footprint. In 2019, it shifted the focus to technology.

This ’emerging job’ is quietly driving the real estate industry

Compass, Zillow, Redfin and Realogy executives all agree that artificial intelligence specialists are crucial to the future of real estate. But supply, it turns out, isn’t meeting demand.