Inman Handbook: Branding your way to success

Branding includes logos, photos and plenty of other visuals. But at its core, it’s really about story and identity, experts told Inman.

Homebuyer migration rates reach highest level since 2017: Redfin

At a national level, 28.7 percent of Redfin.com users looked to move to a different metro area during July and August, according to a new migration report.

$35M penthouse is Soho’s most expensive sale ever

Even after a $30 million price chop, the $35 million sale of a penthouse still set the record as the priciest sale to ever take place in New York City’s Soho neighborhood.

Annual home price growth blasts to highest level since 2014

According to Redfin’s latest report, booming buyer demand caused by low interest rates and continuing inventory shortages are responsible for the climb.

Ryan Serhant is breaking out with his own brokerage

After more than 10 years working as an agent at Nest Seekers International, Ryan Serhant has launched his own brokerage called “Serhant.”

12 up-and-coming, mid-sized metros

Mid-sized cities across the country are looking attractive as people try to avoid congested cities and seek out more affordable markets amidst an uncertain economic climate.

Compass CEO: We have people and systems in place to go public

Robert Reffkin said Compass doesn’t need to go public to raise capital as revenues soar — but the company will be ready when the time comes.

US bank repossessions reach new low while foreclosure rates tick up

U.S. bank repossessions dropped by 6 percent in August to a total of 2,035 properties foreclosed on by lenders while foreclosure filings rose by 11 percent.

Former realtor.com, Trulia executive to lead NYC listing service

Ninve James will lead the Residential Listing Feed, a brokerage-facing listing service powered by the Real Estate Board of New York.

Looking for a better deal? Consider the condo

Although price appreciation is outpacing affordability gains in the single-family sector, deals can be found with condos and co-ops, economists told Inman.