Why are all these multiple listing services teaming up?

The founding MLSs are Arizona Regional MLS, Metro MLS in Wisconsin, MLSListings in Silicon Valley, RMLS in Oregon and UtahRealEstate.com, which have nearly 95,000 agent and broker subscribers combined.

Real estate photographer sues Zillow for copyright infringement

A California photographer of high-end properties says his contract with agents is “not transferrable and prohibits third party use without permission.” Zillow says his claims are without merit.

Minnesota’s two largest multiple listing services are merging

NorthstarMLS is joining forces with Southeast Minnesota Realtors (SEMR) to offer lower combined fees to 88 percent of the state’s real estate pros.

How real estate can help the survivors of Hurricane Florence

As victims of Hurricane Florence are reeling, Sunny Lake Hahn offers advice based on her experiences from Hurricane Harvey to both victims and those who want to help.

San Antonio Board of Realtors names new CEO after abruptly firing previous leader

The San Antonio Board of Realtors has a new leader, having named Gilbert S. Gonzalez CEO two weeks after Shane Johnson got the boot.

My Home Group joins blockchain-based Imbrex marketplace

Listings from Arizona-based residential brokerage My Home Group’s 2,000 agents will now appear on the decentralized Imbrex real estate marketplace platform.

NAR’s ‘.realestate’ domains are available for pre-order now

Want a shot at your dream domain? If you’re a Realtor, today’s the day to hop on it, as the new “.realestate” top-level domain is now available for pre-sale for Realtors, starting Tuesday, Sept. 18. Realtors with an active, “.realtor” domain are getting exclusive access to “.realestate” domains, ahead of the public launch on Nov. 27.

California Realtors rally for Prop 5 in face of growing backlash

Prop 5 will allow homeowners to keep old property taxes when buying a new home. Critics fear essential services will bare the brunt of lost revenues.

Should Realtor ethics violations be posted? Agents sound off

The Realtor community is split about whether or not to publicize the names of Realtors who violate the National Association of Realtors’ (NAR) Realtor Code of Ethics.

Fewer Realtors are packing (guns and pepper spray)

Despite the illusion of more safety, the reality is that slightly more Realtors — 6 percent in 2018, compared to 5 percent in 2017 — were victims of a crime last year.