Can good come from our next housing crisis? 

The 2008 U.S. housing market crash was a powerful and pervasive force that reshaped many parts of our economy. Although the negative impacts — such as foreclosures, loss of workforce, shuttering of banks and market volatility — are held as prime examples, the impacts on the real estate technology space are far less understood.

Can good come from our next housing crisis? 

The 2008 U.S. housing market crash was a powerful and pervasive force that reshaped many parts of our economy. Although the negative impacts — such as foreclosures, loss of workforce, shuttering of banks and market volatility — are held as prime examples, the impacts on the real estate technology space are far less understood.

Miami’s Home61 introduces flat fee for sellers

Tech-centric Miami brokerage Home61 has found success helping clients buy and rent homes with its emphasis on speed and data. Now it’s launching a new business line: a flat fee for home sellers …

Tech-driven Miami real estate startup Home61 raises $4M

Home61, which launched its first year of official business in 2015, uses automation to streamline the buying and renting experience from first click to closing. The proprietary Home61 platform provides agents with qualified leads and generally frees th…

Trump exits climate deal: Reactions from real estate

In what he described as a “reassertion of American sovereignty,” President Donald Trump has pulled America out of the Paris climate accord, a deal that unites more than 190 countries on climate change policy. The decision drew a mixed response from the…

From underdog upstart to high-tech brokerage: Home61’s entrepreneurial rise

Home61 was founded by a group of five tech entrepreneurs with diverse backgrounds. They set out to eliminate the inefficiencies in the real estate market with their agent and consumer tech platform, and invested and built the technology to automate the…