Joy, despair following vote on NAR’s pocket listing policy

Comments on the proposal have been split, with some suggesting the overwhelming majority vote may not represent the industry at large. Take this poll to share your opinion.

Sotheby’s International Realty hires new chief marketing officer

Chief Executive Philip White made the decision to replace Kevin Thompson with Brad Nelson, a longtime veteran leader of the brand.

Opendoor’s next frontier: Older, pricier homes in LA

The iBuyer will purchase homes costing up to $800,000 in the Los Angeles metro area, which is home to more than 13 million people.

Opendoor’s next frontier: Older, pricier homes in LA

The iBuyer will purchase homes costing up to $800,000 in the Los Angeles metro area, which is home to more than 13 million people.

6 time management tips for brokers and team leaders

We reached out to team leaders and brokers for some of their game-changing ideas you might not have considered. Whether you’re managing a brokerage or an admin — or are building your business with an eye on doing so eventually — you’ll benefit from their insights and expertise.

A brief history of the open house

Open houses, which have been evolving for 100 years, used to draw thousands of people and stretch on for days.

Smart-home tech for agents: Best smart outlets

In this weekly column, hosts Brandon Doyle and Colton Pratt walk through smart-home products and showcase their capabilities while reviewing pros and cons. This week, they tested 12 smart plugs. Find out which brands come out on top.

Proptech funding shows no signs of slowing down

The U.S. real estate technology sector nabbed $1.9 billion in growth equity capital in 2019, according to a new study from GCA Advisors.

IBuying can be huge, even if it remains a niche industry tool

Mike DelPrete found that iBuyers’ business models differ from traditional home flippers. He also suggested iBuyers can profit from staying in their lanes.

Dear Marketing Mastermind: What content should be on my website?

As we move into the end of the year, here are some ways to start thinking ahead to your 2020 content. New or revised content now can help you rise in the search engine rankings by the time the spring market heats up.