Century 21’s new CEO says agents will adapt to change

Mike Miedler’s first job after graduating from West Chester University of Pennsylvania was at Century 21. Now, over two decades later, the New Jersey native has been named CEO of the New Jersey-based company that gave him his start in the real estate business.

NRT CEO says ‘open’ tech will beat real estate rivals

At just 40 years old, Ryan Gorman, the CEO of NRT, is one of the younger high-ranking real estate executives in the industry.

Realogy’s big bet for 2019

Realogy CEO Ryan Schneider spoke with Inman in a wide-ranging conversation in which he reflected on his first year at the real estate holding company and why he’s heavily investing in agents.

Realtor unearths family mementos left behind by homeowners, uses social media to track them down

While preparing a home for sale, Realtor Connie Schwartzman noticed a baby book full of photos in one of the attic corners.

This real estate agent leads a double life as a wrestling villain

Daniel Harnsberger had only been a RE/MAX agent in the Richmond, Virginia, area for a few weeks when he started to go viral. But it wasn’t his day job that led to notoriety.

Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman: There’s too much money in real estate

Glenn Kelman, Redfin’s CEO and president took the helm of the real estate brokerage 13 years ago, this month. He talks to Inman about the ups and downs.

Spruce raises $15.6M in new Series A-1 funding round

Spruce, a startup providing digital title insurance, escrow and closing services, has raised $15.6 million in Series A-1 funding

How one real estate agent went from active duty to selling homes

At this year’s Inman Connect San Francisco conference, First Team Real Estate agent Beau Beardslee discussed how he went from the army to selling homes.

Watch: Exclusive interview with Re/Max CEO Adam Contos

Re/Max CEO Adam Contos sat down with Real Scout founder Andrew Flachner — an editorial partner of Inman — for an exclusive interview at the Re/Max headquarters in Denver, Colorado, yesterday.

The first Guinness World Record-setting real estate agent is …

The winner? Industry legend Ben Caballero, who was the sell-side agent on a whopping 3,556 transactions in 2016, according to Real Trends, from which Guinness drew its data.