Meet the agents behind Netflix’s latest TV series ‘Selling Sunset’

“Selling Sunset,” a show that follows broker Jason Oppenheim and his agents on celebrity real estate sales, premiered on Netflix Friday.

4 questions with real estate’s newest humor author

In this Q&A, Eric Simon shares the behind-the-scenes of his new book “Commission: Impossible, Rogue Agent,” co-authored with Eric Lee.

Buy Emma Stone’s adorable Hollywood home for $3.89M

Seven years after moving into a super-cute Beverly Hills mansion, actress Emma Stone is hoping to sell the property — for $3.899 million.

Homeownership isn’t a necessity for most millennials: Survey

According to a new survey commissioned by Northshore Fireplace, 65 percent of millennials believe homeownership is a “choice,” rather than a necessity.

Google and Coinbase Global executives join Fannie Mae board

Karin Kimbrough of Google and Brian Brooks of Coinbase Global have been elected as new members to Fannie Mae’s board of directors.

Windermere Park City does luxury home tours right: on skis

With rich skiing pedigrees, agents Daimon Bushi and Dash Longe use their passion and skills to win the ski-in, ski-out niche in Park City, Utah.

Branded Frank Lloyd Wright merch coming to a store near you

Even as the legendary architect’s historic homes continue to command millions, the foundation billed with protecting his legacy is working behind the scenes to roll out branded merchandise including tables, lamps, rugs, notebooks, hardwood flooring and, yes, even luggage tags.

Historic Midwest floods kill 3, destroy hundreds of homes

Three people are dead and as many as 500 homes lay in ruins as historic flooding continued Monday across Nebraska and Iowa.

Mauricio Umansky and The Agency hit with new lawsuit

Celebrity real estate agent and The Agency CEO Mauricio Umansky has been hit with a second lawsuit over the 2016 sale of a Malibu mansion.

Who’s paying $17,500 a day to rent a house in the Hamptons?

You know real estate is getting out of hand when people are paying $1.5 million — or $17,500 a day – to rent a temporary summer property.