NAR hit with yet another antitrust suit over buyer commissions

Another homeseller is challenging the sharing of real estate sales commissions between listing and buyer’s brokers, according to a new lawsuit.

Zillow has been buying homes for a year now. How’s it going?

It’s been a year since Zillow’s ambitious undertaking to buy and sell homes to consumers with quick-close, all-cash offers under the “iBuying” model.

Keller Williams wants to copy Redfin’s tech

Keller Williams has famously declared itself a “technology company” and is investing heavily in software, but it turns out that the firm has an even more specific goal in mind: It wants to be Redfin.

Raising the real estate bar, the Zillow and Compass way

A few years ago, a real estate veteran allegedly wore a hat with the number “40” emblazoned on the crown, which was his purported ranking on the Stefan Swanepoel 200 Power List.

Realogy, KW top Swanepoel Mega 1000 rankings

Realogy and Keller Williams are the creams of the real estate crop once again, according to the second-annual Swanepoel Mega 1000 list of the country’s top 1,000 brokerages along with top 20 franchisors and holding companies.

What agents are saying about Zillow’s self-guided home tours

A week after Zillow announced “Tour it Now,” agents lambasted the company’s moves to establish dominance in the iBuyer space.

Who’s the real Real Trends 500 winner? Depends who you ask

In a statement to Inman, NRT CEO Ryan Gorman declined to address the slide to No. 2 and instead focused on NRT retaining the top spot in sales volume.

Charlie Sheen keeps cutting the price of his mansion

Charlie Sheen has slashed the price of his California estate to $7.99 million — the fifth price drop since listing it last year — proving that even celebrities sometimes struggle to sell their homes.

Home prices continued to grow at sluggish pace in January

The price of an average home in the U.S. rose 4.3 percent year-over-year in January, falling from 4.7 percent in December, according to Case-Shiller.

Home prices continued to grow at sluggish pace in January

The price of an average home in the U.S. rose 4.3 percent year-over-year in January, falling from 4.7 percent in December, according to Case-Shiller.