Redfin iBuyer offers usually rejected: Redfin chief executive

Glenn Kelman said most who receive offers from his company’s iBuyer program reject those offers, but he argued that the program still helps sell houses.

Redfin Now’s all-cash homebuying offers are usually rejected

Glenn Kelman said most who receive offers from his company’s iBuyer program reject those offers, but he argued that the program still helps sell houses.

How to sell your home for the most money? Sold.com will tell you

Sold.com, which officially launches today, describes itself as an “educational resource” and “recommendation engine” for homesellers.

Zillow is showing its own listings first for some users

In Phoenix and Las Vegas, Zillow appears to have tested the prioritization of its own Zillow Offers listings above others on its website, according to an analysis by Inman.

Bain Capital execs: iBuyers are foes of brokers and homebuyers

Merritt Hummer, a principal at Bain, who spoke with Matt Harris, a partner at Bain, during a second Inman Connect session Friday also painted iBuyers as antagonists to consumers themselves.

Brokerage CEO takes a swing at tech disrupters

Instead of succumbing to the lure of the latest shiny object, real estate agents should focus their efforts on staying in touch with their clients, leading their teams and generally building a meaningful community, said Creig Northrop, CEO and president of Northrop Realty.

Knock CEO: Half of all home sales will go to iBuyers in 10 years

Knock CEO and co-founder Sean Black believes in five to 10 years, more than 50 percent of sellers will be selling their homes to a company rather than a person.

KW iBuyer ‘probably’ coming in Q2, Gary Keller confirms

Keller Williams will “probably” launch its own iBuyer program in the second quarter of 2019, Gary Keller confirmed during a multihour presentation of the company’s 2019 technology plans on Friday, Jan. 11. In audio obtained by Inman, Keller said the fr…

Online homebuyer Knock picks up $400M in latest fundraising round

Knock was founded in 2015 by Sean Black and Jamie Glenn, both also co-founders of Trulia, and Karan Sakhuja. Consumers using the company’s trade-in program pay a traditional 6 percent commission to the company. Homeowners also have to pay closing costs and other expenses such as appraisals.

Is OwnersRE.com the agent-less answer for commission-phobic home sellers?

OwnersRE.com charges homeowners $250 to market and manage the sale of their home.