No agent, no problem? Redefy launches DIY flat-fee listing platform

Flat-fee real estate brokerage Redefy wants to make it easier for homesellers to list their home without the help of a real estate agent. 

No agent, no problem? Redefy launches DIY flat-fee listing platform

For $379, sellers can get listings with 10 photos in the MLS, Zillow and as well as a yard sign, contracts, addendums and disclosures — all without an agent.

5 outdated seller beliefs agents should debunk

Any seller who has not sold a home in the past five years is in for a shock: Everything they thought they knew about selling a home has changed. Sellers who do not understand the new rules of engagement can easily make costly mistakes and jeopardize th…

The Real Word: CEO out

Watch Byron Lazine and Nicole White give a real estate agent’s perspective on industry-related topics. This week, after five years, the CEO of Move Inc. (operator of, Ryan O’Hara, is stepping down for a position in another industry. opening new Opcity tech hub in downtown Austin

Opcity, the real-estate lead generation platform owned by News Corp. subsidiary and operator Move Inc., will soon have a second office in Austin.

The evolution of real estate leads: Fallout at

With Move Inc.’s purchase of Austin-based lead gen company Opcity, has made some changes. What can we learn from’s recent strategy, and what should we prepare for later in the game?

BREAKING: company’s CEO exits

Ryan O’Hara has been the CEO of Move Inc., a subsidiary of News Corp., since 2014. He’s leaving on June 18 and set to take another CEO role in another industry, the company’s announcement says.

NRT’s CEO downplays disruption, teases new transaction tools

Ryan Gorman spoke with Inman by phone to discuss some of the challenges his company is facing head-on this year and his letter raising concerns about competitor Compass.

Michael Douglas appears in epic listing video for his Spanish home

In an effort to sell his glitzy Mallorcan estate, actor Michael Douglas slashed its price by nearly $30 million and appears in a video tour of the property.

RE/MAX Select is walking away from’s leads

RE/MAX Select, an East Coast real estate franchise with more than 200 agents, is severing its ties with’s lead generation platform after 17 years over what it says has been a deterioration of that business service since’s parent company Move, Inc. acquired lead referral platform Opcity nearly a year ago to bolster’s offerings.