Redefy teams up on referrals with Home Captain

The flat-fee brokerage will now connect unrepresented buyers to agents in Home Captain’s network of 32,000 real estate pros.

High-end homeowners love biometric tech — but should they?

Unlocking a home with only a fingerprint or facial scan can be awesome, but some experts wonder what happens to all the biometric data users upload.

Engel & Völkers launches new mega website for consumers, agents

The site is specific to the Americas region and has a suite of agent tools including CRM tech, lead management, a business dashboard and more.

Is this the most environmentally friendly brokerage in the US?

Golden Real Estate’s building produces more energy than it consumes, giving it “net-zero” status and an unbeatable marketing position.

Redfin Mortgage launches in Colorado, its 10th market

Redfin Mortgage, the home-lending arm of the Seattle-based real estate brokerage, officially launched today in Colorado.

Midwest overtakes California for the hottest housing markets

Fast-growing Midwest markets overtook pricy California cities on realtor.com’s hottest housing markets list for July, joined by markets in Colorado and Texas.

11 reasons for sale by owner is a terrible idea

Frank, a smart and tech-savvy Denver homeowner, thought he’d skip the agent commission and sell his house himself. He researched his home’s property value, found a buyer and got the house under contract. It seemed like a done deal.

11 reasons for sale by owner is a terrible idea

Frank, a smart and tech-savvy Denver homeowner, thought he’d skip the agent commission and sell his house himself. He researched his home’s property value, found a buyer and got the house under contract. It seemed like a done deal.

Eave launches in Colorado to make mortgage borrowers as competitive as all-cash buyers

Eave, a Colorado-based direct mortgage lender, just launched a new service for making the mortgage application process more automatic and to make borrowers more competitive with all-cash buyers.

Two young real estate stars on going big and taking risks

Leah Canfield and fellow 25-year-old, Hamptons-based agent Joseph Piccininni Jr. were recently announced as two of Coldwell Banker’s “30 Under 30” agents. Their stories show that a bullish sense of confidence and willingness to go for the big deals before you’re “ready” can propel you into real estate success faster than your peers; that taking risks now rather than later is the way to go (you have less to lose); and to stick to your roots …