Zillow Offers listings grow, surpassing Offerpad, gaining on Opendoor

In a little more than a year, Zillow Offers has quickly expanded to 11 markets nationwide, and the number of homes it has listed for sale at any given time is rising rapidly, catching up to other major rival “iBuyers” and even exceeding them in some ca…

Real estate is at a ‘tipping point,’ analyst says

Traditional models shouldn’t be fully counted out, but they need to change, according to John Campbell. He’s downgraded Realogy’s target share price from $16 per share to $8 per share and lowered RE/MAX’s target stock price from $45 per share to $37 pe…

Zillow Offers rolls out in Orlando

Zillow Offers, the direct-to-consumer homebuying and selling offering from real estate tech giant Zillow, is officially live in Orlando, Florida.

Offerpad hires Zillow vet, promises cash offers within 1 hour

Offerpad, the Arizona-based online fast homebuying and reselling company, announced Wednesday that it has hired Bryan LaFranchi to lead its program in which homesellers can get all cash for their old properties and put the money toward the purchase of a newly-built home. 

Indie brokerage launches unconventional iBuyer program

Texas-based brokerage JP & Associates Realtors announced Tuesday it has teamed up with a tech company to launch an agent-centric cash offer program.

8z Real Estate is latest brokerage to jump into the iBuyer business

Colorado-based real estate brokerage 8z Real Estate is the latest to offer a direct-to-consumer home buying and selling platform, known as an “iBuyer.”

8z Real Estate is latest brokerage to jump into the iBuyer business

Colorado-based real estate brokerage 8z Real Estate is the latest to offer a direct-to-consumer homebuying and selling platform, known as an “iBuyer.”

Keller Williams iBuyer program Keller Offers to debut in May

Keller Williams will launch an iBuying program next month in Texas and plans to expand that program to as many as eight metro areas by the end of the year.

Zillow has been buying homes for a year now. How’s it going?

It’s been a year since Zillow’s ambitious undertaking to buy and sell homes to consumers with quick-close, all-cash offers under the “iBuying” model.

RE/MAX should buy Redfin

ZORC — Zillow, Opendoor, Redfin and Compass — are shaping up to be the future proptech real estate titans. Where Keller Williams, Realogy and RE/MAX fit in is still up for grabs.