Why real estate tech investment won’t stop anytime soon

A massive amount of money is flowing into the real estate technology space and Jeffrey Berman, general partner at real estate tech investment firm Camber Creek thinks it’s only going to grow.

How are agents (and their clients) coping with stock market jitters?

The stock market’s slump this week likely has many in the real estate industry wondering what the downswing means for their bottom line.

Rise and fall: How much real estate CEOs lost in the stock market slide this week

On Wednesday, the Dow Jones stock index plummeted 800 points. Here are the publicly traded real estate CEOs who took the biggest hit.

Are real estate’s giants ready for a stock market correction?

As talk of a market correction looms, take a look at the stock prices of Realogy, RE/MAX, Zillow and more.

The sales volume leader tug of war continues — this time RE/MAX has the pull

RE/MAX earned $10.9 billion in system sales according to the “Franchise Times” 200+ list, beating out four other real estate franchisees on the list.

Zillow hires Teri Conrad to lead Canada broker relations

Industry veteran Teri Conrad is joining Zillow Group as its new director of broker relations in Canada, the company confirmed to Inman on Wednesday.

How mergers, money and machines are reshaping real estate

The real estate industry is a space ripe for change and disruption — from the way homes are bought and sold, to how people are paying and who’s doing that buying and selling. With change happening at such a torrid pace, it’s often hard to keep up, so we at Inman have rounded up the five biggest trends that are shaping the industry right now.

Agents reap the spoils of new technology, not consumers

In real estate, innovations in technology have ignored the consumer. Instead, agents get clever digital marketing tools and backend applications.

Big real estate software vendor Lone Wolf admits to vulnerability, says it’s fixed

Lone Wolf Technologies’ legacy platform loadingDOCS had a security vulnerability that could have potentially exposed stored information to hackers. The company confirmed the vulnerability did exist, but it said according to an internal study, no data w…

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.