Homes continue to sell at fastest pace in 2 years

Sellers continue to be at an advantage in July, with homes leaving the market at their most rapid pace since Zillow began analyzing this data in 2018.

Dotloop will now require agents to opt out of data sharing

Agents who use the Zillow-owned platform will be required to opt out of a new data-sharing policy if they don’t want dotloop to share their data with third-party affiliates.

High-end homes flood the market as homeowners seek to trade up

In June, meanwhile, new listings for more affordable homes plunged 29 percent year over year, according to a new Zillow survey released Wednesday.

What happens when top real estate portals join forces?

When massive real estate portals join forces, it’s for one reason: market power. These mega-mergers of leading real estate portals highlight the power of market dominance through greater reach, greater pricing power and accelerated revenue growth.

Zillow resumes buying homes in 5 more US markets

After the company’s initial homebuying pause, Zillow is now buying homes in 20 of 24 Zillow Offers markets.

Matterport faces class action lawsuit over lead program

John Stemmelin says he invested tends of thousands of dollars trying to build a 3D scanning business, but Matterport’s promised leads never materialized.

Nightmare Queens home listed for $829K is ‘unlivable’

Dirt-covered surfaces, cracks piercing the walls, filthy bathrooms with broken tiles and vines invading the kitchen — all for a whopping $829,000.

This analyst thinks Zillow will capitalize on real estate ‘shockwave’

Loup Ventures Managing Partner Gene Munster believes as people continue to move from urban areas to suburbs, Zillow will benefit from increased engagement.

3 ways the pandemic has changed lead generation

Agents said during Inman’s Town Hall Thursday that they’re still having success finding clients — even if the pandemic is changing the ways those clients find them.

Homes are flying off the market at their fastest rate in 2 years

Homes sold in the U.S. during the second week of June stayed on the market for about 22 days, the lowest number of median days since June 2018.