Realogy has a new ethics chief

Real estate holdings giant Realogy on Friday announced that it has promoted long-time company executive Shacara Delgado to serve as its chief ethics and compliance officer.

NRT launches new automated marketing platform

Prospect Square can compile market reports, send emails and newsletters, and is designed to help agents solidify their position as local experts.

Realogy adds JP Morgan executive to NRT leadership team

Realogy has hired Tim Foley, formerly with J.P. Morgan Asset Management, to serve as executive vice president of operations for NRT, its owned brokerage.

Zillow: Frenemy or a direct competitor?

Zillow won my trust with its great website, but returning CEO Rich Barton’s leadership has me questioning where agents stand in the rapidly evolving real estate ecosystem.

NRT’s CEO downplays disruption, teases new transaction tools

Ryan Gorman spoke with Inman by phone to discuss some of the challenges his company is facing head-on this year and his letter raising concerns about competitor Compass.

EXp Realty heads overseas, expanding to the UK and Australia

EXp Realty announced on Wednesday that it’s expanding brokerage operations to the United Kingdom and Australia, the virtual cloud brokerage’s third and fourth countries after the U.S. and Canada. 

Century 21 Beachside and Coldwell Banker Beachside are shutting down

Tom Denny, the longtime owner of both residential brokerage franchises, plans to retire, he told Inman. That means the 550-plus agents who presently hang their hats across the 10 offices maintained by the two brokerages will be looking for new workplaces.

Compass poaches entire Coldwell Banker team

Los Angeles-based WSA Real Estate operates in the tony western half of Los Angeles. Team members are now decamping for Compass, which is not acquiring the entity itself.

Realogy CEO buys $1M of company stock following losses

One week after Realogy stock sank to a new low, CEO Ryan Schneider has purchased $1 million worth of the company’s shares in an apparent show of support for the brand.

Realogy has hit pause on big acquisitions. That could change

Since scooping up Climb Real Estate in 2016, the company has moved away from brokerage acquisitions. But Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider revealed how that all might change.