Fast (and well-timed), video-tour app Replay Listings hits all the marks

Co-founded by a former agent and currently available to New York City agents, the web and mobile video listing portal has its sights set on major market expansion, and it might have the chops to pull it off.

Home prices begin to stall

Median home prices stayed the same or decreased in 17 states and half of all metros from April to May, according to new figures from Attom Data Solutions.

Nightmare Queens home listed for $829K is ‘unlivable’

Dirt-covered surfaces, cracks piercing the walls, filthy bathrooms with broken tiles and vines invading the kitchen — all for a whopping $829,000.

Summer outlook: Pandemic impacts may linger, but agents expect to close deals

More than a dozen agents who spoke with Inman said that inventory shortages and masks will probably be around for some time. But they’re also seeing an active market in which offers are pouring in.

Homes are flying off the market at their fastest rate in 2 years

Homes sold in the U.S. during the second week of June stayed on the market for about 22 days, the lowest number of median days since June 2018.

Summer outlook: Real estate leaders upbeat about the coming months

Leaders of both large and small firms envision an active summer selling season. Low inventory and a potential return of the coronavirus, however, remain points of concern.

Who says you can’t go home again? 2.7M adults have moved back home since March

Among 18- to 25-year-olds, a 12 percent decline in individuals living on their own translates into a $726 million slash in rent revenue, according to Zillow.

NYC heads into phase 2 of reopening — but don’t expect much to change

As New York City prepares to enter phase two on Monday, agents expressed ambivalence over resuming in-person showings or heading back into the office.

Growth in US home value slows at greatest monthly rate since 2019

Values grew by 0.41 percent month over month in April, and in May, that metric dropped to 0.35 percent — the biggest one-month slowdown in more than a year.

NYC real estate trade group cuts pay, institutes layoffs

The Real Estate Board of New York is facing diminishing membership dues at the epicenter of the global pandemic.