Luxury Agent Spotlight: Tere Foster

As the proud daughter of a European immigrant, Tere Foster of Team Foster at COMPASS in Washington knows that real estate is the true American dream. And she knows the dream is just as strong after 32 years in the industry.

Engel & Völkers continues US expansion

The German-founded Engel & Völkers is setting its sights on U.S. expansion plans that will grow its presence across the country.

Luxury Agent Spotlight: Sam Real

Engel & Völkers advisor Sam Real works in the shadow of the Hollywood sign. His Beverly Hills market is the epitome of luxury. But do not let the elegance fool you. Nobody works harder than he does.

Engel & Völkers opens in Napa with Compass defectors

The global real estate brand is headed to California’s wine country with a team of agents defecting from Compass and Bradley Real Estate Group. The new brokerage, led by Paul Benson, will be Engel & Völkers’ largest in North America.

Engel & Völkers strikes partnership for Hispanic inclusion

Global real estate brand Engel & Völkers and the National Association of Hispanic Real Estate Professionals announced a new partnership Wednesday to promote inclusion and diversity in real estate. 

Former Coldwell Banker team opens Chicago’s first Engel & Völkers office

A former Coldwell Banker team is bringing the international real estate brand Engel & Völkers to Chicago.

The most important safety, court and crime stories of 2018

It’s been a pretty grim year when it comes to crime and agent safety.

Top SF brokerages partner to share buyer information

Eight of the Bay Area’s top real estate brokerages are partnering to share anonymous buyer data with the help of real estate tech startup RealScout.

Millennials prefer ‘influencers’ over agents when it comes to real estate

A majority of millennials rely on “influencers” to make purchasing decisions — and 80 percent said they would consider hiring one as a real estate agent.

NYC brokerages unite to launch ‘game-changing’ data platform

Leading residential brokerages in New York City are uniting to offer a new level of transparency to the way consumers and brokers search property. The effort is being called a “game-changer” by high-ranking executives involved in its launch.