Keller Williams updates Kelle Snaps with team and agent sales numbers

Now Kelle Snaps will also include information related to an agent and his or her team and show how many homes the agent or team has sold in a specific neighborhood over the past year. 

Nextdoor appoints new CEO Sarah Friar, previously from Square

Former Square chief financial officer Sarah Friar is joining neighborhood-based social network Nextdoor as its new chief executive officer.

Redfin Estimate comes under fire for sudden price hikes

Does Redfin Estimate artificially inflate the value of certain homes, or is it just incredibly accurate and sensitive to changing market conditions? The founder of a low-fee brokerage attempted to get to the bottom of the valuation tool and found some …

Reali releases AI tool to predict the winning bid on a home

Reali, the California-based, flat-fee tech-powered brokerage, is giving its clients a leg up on other homebuyers with a new predictive tool that estimates the probability of placing a winning bid on a home.

Nextdoor’s CEO Nirav Tolia is vacating his position

The sudden leadership change puts the promising community-based social network, and its real estate products, into question

Nextdoor takes on Zillow’s Zestimate with home valuations

Nextdoor is adding home valuations and forecasts through a partnership with HouseCanary — a move to compete with Zillow’s Zestimate.

What you need to know about Google Neighbourly, a new local recommendations app

The platform, which has some similar features to the U.S.-based social network Nextdoor, is only available in Mumbai — for now.

Marketing site builder Parkbench offers coaching, coupons and content

Parkbench is an online marketing and coaching service for real estate agents that builds neighborhood websites to market real estate services to local business owners.

Inman Announces the First Round of Sponsors for ICSF18

Inman Group® announced 34 companies that will be sponsoring Inman Connect in San Francisco, July 17 – 20, 2018.

Could Nextdoor replace Facebook?

If Nextdoor capitalizes on the surge of ill will against Facebook among users who still hope to stay on social media in some form, it could find ways to fill more of the needs ex-Facebook users would be missing.