RE/MAX CEO: ‘Leaders who are hiding right now are not leading’

Adam Contos, CEO of RE/MAX, sits down with Inman to discuss how he’s leading one of the nation’s largest franchisors in a time of uncertainty.

DealHouse proves not all iBuyers are bent on disruption

DealHouse founder Chris Chiarenza waives buy-side commissions, gives listings back to referral agents, and wants agents and iBuyers to cohabitate.

WATCH: The best of Inman Connect New York 2020

Have you seen our Inman Connect New York coverage from January 2020? Dig into what was discussed in January, and get a taste of the experience you’ll have with us in Las Vegas in July.

Side CEO talks venture capital, iBuyer growth and the need for innovation

Guy Gal founded his company in 2017 and plans to take it national in the coming years. He also believes the real estate industry is primed for more innovation.

Courtney Poulos on why women need to invest in more real estate

Poulos, who will be speaking at Inman Connect New York, January 28-31, talked to us about why we need to encourage women to let go of fear.

Unison CEO talks Netflix for real estate, social responsibility

Thomas Sponholtz’s company assists buyers with their down payments and helps existing homeowners access their equity — services that he says give consumers more and better financing options.

Qualia CEO Nate Baker talks tech disruption, iBuyer growth and ‘onerous’ housing regulations

Nate Baker, whose company produces software to streamline real estate transactions, thinks trends like iBuying will get bigger even as supply shortages continue to plague cities.

Watch: The biggest, most-buzzed-about panels from Inman Connect — so far

This Inman Connect flashback is an in-depth series of discussions with CEOs and industry visionaries about technology, the future and each other.

Luxury agent Aaron Kirman on his new reality show, real estate in 2020

Aaron Kirman, a Compass executive who deals in high-end Los Angeles properties, will star with his team in CNBC’s new program “Listing Impossible.”

What’s in a name? Perch CEO Court Cunningham on his company’s future as ‘Orchard’

Court Cunningham, the CEO of the real estate startup formerly known as Perch, discusses how his company aims to add value to the real estate transaction process.