Existing-home sales hit 3-year low

Existing-home sales fell for the third consecutive month in January, according to the latest release from the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

Keller Williams debuts Command, its new AI-powered CRM

To produce Command, Keller Williams worked with 27,000 people — many of them agents — and had engineers go through other CRMs to see what worked well. The goal was to create something that was customizable and that could be configured to the needs of agents.

Pricey housing prompts more married couples to get roommates

The soaring cost of real estate on the West Coast is prompting more married couples to start living with roommates, according to a new report from Trulia.

Inventory up as metro sales slow

Inventory is up and prices climbed more slowly in metro areas in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to data from the National Association of Realtors.

Buyside teams up with RE/MAX Alliance

RE/MAX Alliance, Colorado’s top brand franchise, has rolled out Buyside, a web-data analysis platform that helps agents find more listings.

Agents need to consider their vendors’ data protections

As agents move their work online and market themselves as digital service providers, they need to consider what happens to the data they share.

Agents and artificial intelligence are not enemies

The world is rapidly getting closer to a future in which low-level tasks can be performed cheaply by machines that never get sick or need a day off. It’s a future that humans have been dreaming about for millennia.

Agents and artificial intelligence are not enemies

The world is rapidly getting closer to a future in which low-level tasks can be performed cheaply by machines that never get sick or need a day off. It’s a future that humans have been dreaming about for millennia.

Don’t wait for real estate standards to innovate

What should innovators in the MLS, brokerage, vendor and mortgage space do when they start moving beyond standards set by organizations like RESO and MISMO?

Don’t wait for real estate standards to innovate

What should innovators in the MLS, brokerage, vendor and mortgage space do when they start moving beyond standards set by organizations like RESO and MISMO?