Scores of real estate companies took home large PPP loans

Luxury brokerages, franchises for brands such as Realogy and Keller Williams, MLSs and local Realtor organizations all received money from the Paycheck Protection Program.

Realogy unveils first-ever benefits program for AARP members

The benefits program will allow AARP members to receive $300 to $5,500 when buying or selling a home with one of Realogy’s residential real estate brands.

OJO Labs raises $62.5M, acquires residential search site Movoto

The tech company behind the AI-powered personal assistant is acquiring a residential search site that draws more than 20 million monthly views.

Summer outlook: Real estate leaders upbeat about the coming months

Leaders of both large and small firms envision an active summer selling season. Low inventory and a potential return of the coronavirus, however, remain points of concern.

Coldwell Banker CEO on why now is the perfect time to list your home

During a virtual town hall, Ryan Gorman also explained why he doesn’t believe the market will see a massive spike in foreclosures.

2 LGBT real estate groups emerge in the wake of NAGLREP chaos

The LGBTQ+ Real Estate Alliance and the Real Pride Network are products of people who recently fled the National Association of Gay and Lesbian Real Estate Professionals.

Judge dismisses the other Realogy lawsuit against Compass

Separate from a wide-ranging lawsuit filed in New York, Realogy’s suit against Compass over a non-compete clause was dismissed with prejudice last week.

The line between iBuyer and brokerage is blurring

Opendoor and Offerpad will now list homes directly, alongside their core instant-offer businesses, underlining the growing convergence of iBuyers and the traditional industry. Ultimately, this new service, still in the early stages, represents a way fo…

Realogy upsizes capital raise to $550M following increased demand

The company upped its intended raise of $400 million, a spokesperson confirmed to Inman.

Black execs are underrepresented in real estate boardrooms. Now what?

On Monday, Compass CEO Robert Reffkin called for more diversity on the boards of directors inside publicly traded real estate companies. So far, that hasn’t happened.