Largest NorCal multiple listing service hit by cyberattack

MetroList, the largest multiple listing service in Northern California, was hit by a cyberattack this week, leaving its more than 20,000 agent and broker subscribers without a fully functioning MLS for a day and a half and counting.

WATCH: Understanding real estate tokenization

What is tokenized real estate? How can cryptocurrency transactions help offset the shifting market? Piper Moretti, founder and CEO of The Crypto Realty Group, gives an overview of how it works and how agents can benefit onstage at Inman Connect New York. 

Harbor is bringing blockchain to real estate investing

A tech startup is trying to make it easier to invest in privately held real estate companies, and it’s using one of the buzziest technologies in the market: blockchain.

A tech millionaire wants to build a blockchain city in the desert

If a cryptocurrency millionaire’s high-stakes gamble goes well, desert land in Northwestern Nevada could bloom into a city unlike any that has preceded it.

Trulia founder: The 3 ways tech will transform real estate next

Generational trends and shifting consumer behaviors are creating an opportunity for a new wave of real estate tech startups with high growth potentials. Here are three major areas of opportunity for real estate tech startups.

Is blockchain a game-changer or a dead end?

Blockchain. It’s become a buzzword in real estate, but will it go the way of the QR code or actually change how the industry works?

Millennials prefer cash over real estate as investment strategy

While 30 percent of millennials view cash in a savings account as the best place to invest, only 21 percent believe the same of real estate.

What every agent should know about bitcoin in real estate

Just a few years ago, nearly everyone saw bitcoin as a niche or a pipe dream. Today, more than 100,000 merchants across the globe accept bitcoin as payment, and that number is snowballing.

What every agent should know about bitcoin in real estate

Just a few years ago, nearly everyone saw bitcoin as a niche or a pipe dream. Today, more than 100,000 merchants across the globe accept bitcoin as payment, and that number is snowballing.

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.