Wall Street sinks, pulling real estate shares down with it

Wall Street took a beating Monday, sending shares of major real estate companies plummeting and erasing fortunes across virtually every industry in the U.S.

RE/MAX executive vice president to retire, take on advisory role

Mike Ryan, the man RE/MAX executives credit with significantly shaping one of the largest real estate franchisors in the nation, is set to retire.

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.

Supreme Court dismisses appeal in real estate search patent case

The Supreme Court has ruled it would not review a Federal Circuit court decision denying a patent for Real Estate Alliance Ltd.’s real estate search tool.

The essential guide to thriving in a turning market

The situation in many markets across the country has begun to change: Home sales are slowing down and so too is the momentous price growth seen just a few months or years ago.

RE/MAX CEO: We have no intent to enter the iBuyer space

In a conference call for investors following the Denver-headquartered real estate franchise’s third quarter earnings release, Adam Contos said that RE/MAX does not have “necessarily any intent to” experiment with fast-cash home offers.

6 ways to help hesitant sellers get off the fence and make a deal

Although it’s natural for homeowners to reach for that mythical tipping point from which they can sell high and buy low, the market remains unpredictable.

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.