RE/MAX Select finds success with Zillow after ditching

The brokerage was once the second-highest spender on Now the company is finding new success with Zillow’s Premier Broker., real estate services generated 2% revenue growth for News Corp.

Move and REA Group raked in $18 million, but increased investments in Opcity diminished News Corp.’s overall quarterly revenue by 8 percent, according to an earnings call Thursday.

Texas man sentenced in insider trading scheme over Move tip

Authorities say Hamed Ettu, 44, illegally purchased call options in Move, the operator of

The Real Word: CEO out

Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, after five years, the CEO of Move Inc. (operator of, Ryan O’Hara, is stepping down for a position in another industry. opening new Opcity tech hub in downtown Austin

Opcity, the real-estate lead generation platform owned by News Corp. subsidiary and operator Move Inc., will soon have a second office in Austin.

Ryan O’Hara, former Move Inc. CEO, tapped to lead Shutterfly

Less than a week after Ryan O’Hara announced his resignation from Move Inc., he already has a new executive job outside the real estate industry.

The evolution of real estate leads: Fallout at

With Move Inc.’s purchase of Austin-based lead gen company Opcity, has made some changes. What can we learn from’s recent strategy, and what should we prepare for later in the game?

BREAKING: company’s CEO exits

Ryan O’Hara has been the CEO of Move Inc., a subsidiary of News Corp., since 2014. He’s leaving on June 18 and set to take another CEO role in another industry, the company’s announcement says. lays off Arizona sales team, consolidates in California

The team in Scottsdale had been working on’s lead generation and marketing products, which are geared toward real estate agents. Now, all those sales efforts at will be consolidated into an office in Westlake Village, California…

Why didn’t all the rain put a halt to home sales this spring?

The conventional wisdom is that the past month of nonstop rain should have put a damper on real estate sales, but, in fact, the opposite has happened.