Keller Williams joins other top brokerages in supporting the Equality Act

Keller Williams is the latest company to join in support of the Equality Act, legislation that would codify gender and sexual orientation protections into the Civil Rights Act, including the Fair Housing Act. 

The age of streaming real estate is here

Zillow’s recent pivot from a traditional agent ad model to its all-in, instant-offer business model reminds me of Netflix’s gutsy decision in 2007 to move into streaming and away from its profitable DVD-by-mail model.

NRT’s CEO downplays disruption, teases new transaction tools

Ryan Gorman spoke with Inman by phone to discuss some of the challenges his company is facing head-on this year and his letter raising concerns about competitor Compass.

How the real estate industry is celebrating Pride 2019

June in America is LGBTQ Pride Month, with parades and celebrations across the country commemorating the anniversary of the Stonewall Riots — a series of gay rights demonstrations in 1969 that were met with police force and gave birth to the LGBTQ movement — and honoring contributions from the LGBTQ community.

EXp Realty undertakes massive Canadian expansion

EXp Realty announced Wednesday at its shareholder summit in Orlando that the company is bringing its virtual cloud-based tech-focused brokerage to four more provinces in Canada, giving it a total company footprint of seven Canadian provinces. 

How Apple’s new updates could shake up real estate

Improvements to Apple Maps should be especially handy for agents who like to use voice commands with their iPhones, as those phones default to Apple’s proprietary mapping technology rather than that of a competitor such as Google.

Keller Williams heads to Morocco

The new franchise will be led by Youssef Mansour, who is opening a regional office in Casablanca while targeting Tangier, Marrakech and Rabat for future expansion.

KW franchise in Missouri fined for dozens of licensing violations

Keller Williams Realty Chesterfield, a Missouri-based Keller Williams franchise, was fined $10,000 and its associate broker Rebecca Reich Rose was placed on a two-year probation period for numerous instances of unlicensed real estate activity and other…

KW, Realogy, RE/MAX and HomeServices slap back at ‘bombshell’ antitrust lawsuit

The big residential brokerage franchisors and holding companies filed a motion on May 17 to dismiss the class action lawsuit filed by homeseller Christopher Moehrl seeking to upend the traditional commission structure in the real estate industry. 

NAR files motion to dismiss ‘bombshell’ buyer-side lawsuit

In a statement, NAR said it wants the suit thrown out because it “misrepresents” the organization’s rules that govern multiple listing services.