Offerpad is expanding to Dallas and Tucson

As competition in the industry heats up, the tech-enabled, all-cash homebuying and reselling startup Offerpad is not sitting idly by: the company is expanding into two new markets: Dallas, Texas, by Nov. 1 and Tucson, Arizona, by Dec. 3. 

Homesnap to feature Matterport 3D home tours more prominently

Homesnap has upgraded its multiple listing service-connected home-browsing app to include Matterport home tours more prominently.

Haus reveals new CEO and a free online homeselling platform

Former Trulia executive Jonathan McNulty will lead the startup as it expands its offering in California to guide FSBOs through the entire sales process.

Zillow slapped with infringement lawsuit over ‘Rental Manager’ tool

Cincinnati-based London Computer Systems filed a lawsuit against Zillow alleging its use of the term “Rental Manager” has resulted in unfair competition.

Homebuyers spend an average $40,000 in one-time fees

The one-time fees of moving into a new home could set you back roughly $40,000, according to a new study from RealEstate.com — a Zillow Group company — and Thumbtack. It’s a cost that comes as a shock to many first-time homebuyers, the companies say.

Realogy is launching its own iBuyer service

The quick-cash home sale program will launch in the Atlanta and Greater Dallas markets by October and in Tampa by the end of the year.

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate revamps agent marketing tool for mobile era

Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate is overhauling its predictive marketing tool to give agents and brokers a deeper mobile experience.

Why are all these multiple listing services teaming up?

The founding MLSs are Arizona Regional MLS, Metro MLS in Wisconsin, MLSListings in Silicon Valley, RMLS in Oregon and UtahRealEstate.com, which have nearly 95,000 agent and broker subscribers combined.

Amazon unveils new Echo devices, Alexa microwave

You might soon be hearing a lot more from Alexa around your house. On Thursday, Amazon unveiled a range of new and redesigned smart-home gadgets with its popular virtual voice assistant.

NYC brokerages unite to launch ‘game-changing’ data platform

Leading residential brokerages in New York City are uniting to offer a new level of transparency to the way consumers and brokers search property. The effort is being called a “game-changer” by high-ranking executives involved in its launch.